Lady Beheads Husband, Digs Grave Inside Bedroom To Bury Him

A housewife identified as Harriet Nassali, has been arrested by the Ugandan police for reportedly beheading her husband, Siraje Kavuma, and digging a grave in their matrimonial bedroom with the intention of burying him. The lady who made efforts to dig a grave inside their master bedroom, however was only able to dig as deep as 3 feet. On realizing the complexity of her gruesome action she decided to flee her home. Her terrified 13 year old child decided to alert the neighbours, narrated what had transpired thus immediately calling for police intervention. Luke Owoyesigyire, Kampala Metropolitan Area police spokesperson who spoke to newsmen, disclosed that the incident happened over the weekend at Lwesubo Buwambo village. It was further gathered that the couple’s daughter, alleged that her mom had always threatened to kill her husband whenever they had misunderstandings.
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“They had an argument over a piece of land prompting Nassali to pick a machete and cut Kavuma’s head, killing him instantly,” Owoyesigyire said.


One of the children also gave information about a male friend, who had grown so close to their mother days before their father was hacked to death. The male friend identified as Alex Kamusangi then led a group of investigating officers to Nassali’s hideout and both were arrested.

Further inquiries reveal that the deceased and his wife previously had misunderstandings, as a result of a land procurement deal gone bad resulting in their separation. Close family friends also revealed the bitter history of how the deceased had given his wife 27 million Ugandan Shillings to buy a plot of land, however, she used the money for something else.
The deceased’s body has since been transported to Mulago Mortuary for post-mortem, and the two suspects detained at Mattuga Police Station vide 08/12/08/2018 as investigations are on-going. The police also assured that they will be arraigned in court, after their investigation is concluded.


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