Residents in Vanguard Township in Mberengwa were shocked on Saturday when a businessman committed suicide by drinking cyanide after his wife refused to give him sex.Edson Shumba Magwenzi, who runs a shop but is also a gold breeder, asked his wife to have sex when he got home.
The woman refused to punish Magwenzi for alleged infidelity and to sleep outside. Magwenzi, who appeared to be drugged, went to a relative Tamary Bvudzi and complained, and she advised him to be patient with his wife because she was angry with his adulterous adventures. Midlands Police spokesman Emmanuel Mahoko confirmed the incident and urged citizens to resolve their differences through dialogue.
Not only did he sleep outside, he slept with girls who were employed in his shop. The matter exploded three days before the tragedy and several of the relatives were handcuffed for mediation, but the woman did not give in to sex. Sources said the deceased told his wife that if he refused to have sex with him, he would not see him again.
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