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Woman shoots hubby to death because he had a child outside wedlock

A jealous woman has shot her husband to death after she found out that he had a child outside wedlock.

Akakanda Liteebele and Precious in good times

It was reported that the shooting happened at the couple's home at the Lusaka's Woodland Extension when Precious pumped five bullets into her husband's body during a quarrel that ensued with the discovery.

Deputy Police spokesperson, Rae Hamoonga, that Precious, an employee of BancABC, shot her husband, also an employee of the same bank, whom she had two children for.

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The late Akakanda Liteebele with the two kids the marriage produced

Photo Credit: Lusaka Voice

“Mr Akakanda Lubinda Liteebele, aged 30, was by his wife Precious."

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