Mob kills woman in Kalulushi

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An old woman in Kalulushi has been killed for suspected witchcraft.

Police sources in Kitwe confirmed the development to ZANIS in Kalulushi in an interview today.

The police sources said Lucia Njapau of house number 20 Nyasa road was killed on Tuesday around 18:00 hours.

Police said some residents of Kamema  suspected the woman of being a witch and that a mob later pounced on her and beat her up around Kamema farm area.

They said the woman died yesterday morning at her home.

Police are yet to make an arrest.

ZANIS

11 Responses to Mob kills woman in Kalulushi

  1. whats going on with zwd?

    ganja farmer
    March 14, 2013 at 11:09 am
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    • Hacked!

      Mauless
      March 14, 2013 at 11:26 am
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  2. I told you that more sacrifices are yet to come! This is now the third death we are learning off since Sata came from hiding somewhere. The first was an accident in Samfya, the second was a ZAF helicopter and now this is the third one where people just turn be animals against a defenceless old woman. You will continue to say it is just mere coincedence untill you all get finished. Sata is a satanist.

    Bupe
    March 14, 2013 at 12:37 pm
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  4. It’s a total shame that such criminal acts are being given chance to take ground in our communities.When something suspicious happens,we turn onto our senior citizens.Can the police quickly make arrests even if it means caging the whole neighborhood.Senior citizens need to be taken care off and not mistreated.Barbaric acts!Shame on that Kalulushi community.May the good lord receive the old ladies soul.

    Kc
    March 15, 2013 at 4:36 am
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  5. what is wrong with zambians,,that’s a barbaric act.
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    fleviadiva
    March 16, 2013 at 5:14 am
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  6. There so many witches here in Kalulushi. Time now awaits the Chilengi’s of 80 Eucalyptus road. We hear they deadly bad hiding in the of the Church. They almost killed umupongoshi wabo in South Africa with their magic where there first born daughter Victoria Chilengi was supposed to get a lump sum of money from satanists. She provide all the medicine to have Victoria Chilengi’s husband killed.
    They’ve failed as the Chilengi family ukutebeta umupongoshi for 15 years Lameck married their daughter. All they want is to benefit even more on top of the dowery Lameck has paid them. Where is our culture going?

    Peter phiri
    May 3, 2013 at 8:30 am
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    • Mule nashako ubufi. Everybody in Kalulushi knows that the Chilengi’s are hard workers, all of them have degrees. That’s pure jealousy in your tone, you should be ashamed of yourself, they worked hard to get where they are, find something better to do than telling lies.

      Charity
      December 29, 2013 at 2:43 pm
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  7. Kalulushi is full of wicked people. In their hearts they have reject God and have no reverence for him. Because they think so highly of themselves, they think that God will not discover their sin and condemn them. Their speech is wicked and full of lies, they no longer do what is wise and good.
    They make evil plans as they lie in bed nothing they do is good, some of them they never reject anything evil. They have hurt my family so much. Grace Marshall

    Grace Marshall
    February 22, 2014 at 12:59 am
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  8. Killing people is not the answer to the problem of wicked in Kalulushi. Prayer is the answer. Because you don’t know if that woman who was killed. Was being accused of being a witch. It is God who is the judge, condemning some and acquitting others

    Grace
    February 22, 2014 at 9:22 am
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  9. What have we done to kalulushi people? To be treated like dogs. They killed my mum. What more do you want from us. please leave us alone or go to hell.

    Chipanya family
    April 30, 2014 at 3:22 pm
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