Polygamous Police Officer Beats Up Second Wife For Refusing To Visit First Wife


Polygamous Police Officer Beats Up Second Wife For Refusing To Visit First Wife

Polygamous Police Officer Beats Up Second Wife For Refusing To Visit First Wife-iHarare
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In a suspected case of domestic abuse, a polygamous police officer from Bulawayo reportedly went berserk and attacked his second wife after she refused to accompany him to visit his first wife.

Constable Ashely Gahadza (27) allegedly dragged his second wife Lillian Moyo (33) out of his car before pummelling her with fists and kicking her all over the body just because she had refused to escort him to see his first wife who stays at Ross  Camp.

The dramatic incident which happened last week on Sunday at Ross camp lasted for 10 minutes.

On the day in question, Lillian who stays at Capri Hostel in the CBD went to pick up Gahadza at Traffic West where he is currently stationed.

According to a source who spoke on condition of anonymity, Lillian’s intention was that they go straight to her flat in town, but along the way, Gahadza asked that they pass by her first wife’s place at Ross Camp. Lillian who was not keen on meeting his husband’s first wife queried that and got angry over that.

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However, Gahadza insisted that they pass by and she eventually gave in and drove there.

They continued quarreling over the issue and at the height of it, without saying any word Gahadza allegedly grabbed Lillian and dragged her out of the car.

He punched her with fists and also kicked her all over the body leaving her bleeding from the mouth and with a swollen face. She also sustained some bruises on the left knee and elbows due to the beating.

After her husband stopped beating her up,  Lillian picked herself up and went to report the matter at Mzilikazi Police Station.

According to B-Metro, efforts to get a comment from the Bulawayo police spokesperson were fruitless.


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