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Husband Murdered By Wife And Her Lesbian Girlfriend

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South African Police has arrested a 26-year-old woman over her alleged involvement in the murder of her husband, which took place in October last year at a farm outside Groblersdal.

As extensive investigations by the South African Police Service went on, a 23-year-old female suspect, Patricia Lee Smith who was reportedly a lesbian girlfriend of the 26-year-old widow, was arrested on 27 October, 2021. She was later released on bail.

The duo were accused of attempting to kill the man on May 9, 2020 by food poisoning. The victim was admitted at the hospital and later discharged. Months later, the man was allegedly shot and killed by the suspects who staged it to look like a farm attack.

Limpopo police commissioner. Lieutenant-General Thembi Hadebe welcomed the arrests and the extensive work by police to crack the complex case. The two suspects are expected to appear in the Groblersdal Magistrate’s Court on Friday, 13 August 2021, facing charges of murder, conspiracy to commit murder, possession of an unlicensed firearm and ammunition, attempted murder and defeating the ends of justice.

Limpopo police spokesperson, Brigadier Motlafela Mojapelo said;

“What was initially thought to be a farm attack was unearthed by rigorous police investigations as an alleged blatant and orchestrated murder of a 36-year-old man.

“Police investigations brought to light the allegation that the suspect and her female companion conspired to murder her husband in an incident in which the victim was shot and killed in the manner that the suspects reportedly made it look like a farm attack.

“It is also alleged that the deceased’s wife (had earlier) attempted to kill him on 09 May 2020 by food poisoning. The victim was admitted at the hospital and later discharged.

“The two suspects are expected to appear in the Groblersdal Magistrate’s Court on Friday, 13 August 2021, facing charges of murder, conspiracy to commit murder, possession of an unlicensed firearm and ammunition, attempted murder and defeating the ends of justice.”

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Huge Spider, Bigger Than The Size Of Two Hands, Is Seen Crawling Across A Wall Inside A House | WATCH

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An enormous spider, larger than two hands combined, was seen crawling across a wall inside a house and it has terrified viewers.

The spider was found in a house in the Carribean island of Tobago.

A woman who was in the same room as the spider can be heard saying: “It will have to get back out of the window otherwise it will be stuck inside again.”

The video has been viewed by thousands.

“Burn down the whole house,” one viewer said.

Another commented: “Throw away the house.”

A third went even further, demanding they “throw the whole island away.”

Someone commented: “Nah, that’s a demon. Call a priest and pastor.”

One user claimed to also live in Tobago and “frequently” comes across the spiders.

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Ghana Immigration Said I’m “K Legged” So I Don’t Qualify For The Job : Netizen Reveals

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The application for government work has begun to be distributed throughout the country.

Many people have canceled their schedules in order to get a job in Ghana, where many people are unemployed.

Despite the fact that the current NPP government has promised many jobs, it appears unlikely that they will be fulfilled.

Fast Forward, a citizen has shared her story which she faced at the Ghana Immigration Service.

According to her, she had to leave her house very early because she had to get to the Immigration Center at 4 a.m. to join the long line in order to be considered for employment, but the unfortunate happened.

When it was her turn, she was told that because her Legs are “K,” she would not be enrolled.

This heartbreaking story was widely disseminated on social media.

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Takoradi: Lady Who Faked Her Kidnapping Sentenced To 6 Years Imprisonment

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The 29-year-old woman who faked her kidnapping at Takoradi in the Western Region has been sentenced to 6 years imprisonment.

Joana Krah was found guilty of causing fear, publication of false news and deceiving a police officer.

The woman was arrested on Friday, 22nd October 2021 after she faked her abduction to extort 5000 cedis from her godfather.

According to the police, Madama Joana conspired with two others, Susan Awortwe and Francis Eshun to execute the plan.

The suspect reported herself to the Takoradi Central Police Station to confess after she found out that the police has mounted a search for her.

Madam Krah who pleaded guilty to the charges indicated that she was only joking with her godfather.

The court presided over by His Honor Michael Kwodjoe Ampadu sentenced her to two years on the first charge of the publication of false news, and six years on the second charge of deceiving a police officer.

His Honor Micheal Kwodjoe Ampadu then stated that she will only serve a 6-year-jail term.

“In passing the judgment, the court looked at the degree of the prevalence of the crime, considered her age and her character, her three-year-old child as well as being a first time offender coupled with the plea. The threat of kidnapping will destroy Takoradi if nothing is done to stop it.

The four Takoradi kidnapped girls’ case is fresh in the minds of the people and Takoradi is becoming synonymous with kidnapping, which is not good for the people of Takoradi and the image of Takoradi. It is clear that her action was to personally benefit from kidnapping and her joke of kidnapping was detrimental to Takoradi and the court thinks the deterrent sentencing must be given“, His Honor stated.

This comes in the wake of the recent fake kidnapping cases happening in Takoradi, Western region.

Josephine Panyin Mensah who is currently on bail allegedly faked her pregnancy and kidnapping.

She is expected to reappear before the court on November 11, 2021.

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