In an episode that has staggered and entire neighborhood, woman woke up dead right after going during that time with a unidentified man.
It is asserted that 40 year old Chipo Gwese was noticed dead after a buddy had gone to decide the situation with her.
The sidekick who observed her body has been recognized as Ngonidzashe Mazana. It is attested that Mazana went to Chipo's home for a standard visit and incidentally tracked down the dead body.
The episode happened in the town of Wedza in Zimbabwe.
Hwedza Police Chief Inspector Pamhidzai Mukunza, certified the passing and said assessments were underway.
As shown by spectators, Chipo invited a unidentified clandestine man on Saturday night. She went during that time with the man and she woke up dead.
Zimbabwean police are as of now captivating for information that could assist them with their assessments.
It is at this point not palatable who the man was and the way in which he was treating her home. Regardless, her lethargic body was found on her bed.
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