A woman and her sister have been arrested after the earliers husband was found dead.
Tawanda Gregory Bobo’s body was found dangling from a guava tree at his Greendale house on Saturday.
His wife, 30 year old Deliwe Mutandiro was arrested together with her sister Debra Mutandiro (who is aged 38).
It is alleged that on the day of the incident, Deliwe had left her home at 3am. She is a make up artist and she had allegedly gone to a wedding.
Her house helper called her and gave her the bad news that her husband had been found dead.
But what raised suspicions was that the wife and her sister had arrived home at 1am.
Deliwe and Tawanda proceeded to their bedroom were there was a bitter argument. Their maid heard all the commotions as they unfolded.
Harare Provincial police spokesperson, Inspector Julius Chakanza, confirmed the case, saying police were suspecting foul play.
Investigations revealed that he had stab wounds. His trousers had been changed. The one he had been wearing was found in his bedroom and it was covered in blood.
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