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    Tuesday, 31 March 2015

    RUNYOKA: Mbare man dies after being 'sexually locked' by his own wife, Prophet Magaya couldn't help.

    A 'CENTRALLY LOCKED' Mbare man, who was bewitched by his first wife to make him dysfunctional on other women, has died. Wisdom Mapfumo, 31, died at Harare Hospital on Friday.

    On Friday the media carried a story in which Mapfumo's first wife, Elizabeth Marwizi, confessed that she sought charms to ensure that he did not sleep with other women including his second wife.

    Elizabeth claimed that she sourced the charms from a Shamva Madzimai Enguwo Tsvuku prophetess.

    In what is linked to the charms, Wisdom's manhood had become dysfunctional.
    Mbare man dies after being 'sexually locked' by his own wife, Prophet Magaya couldn't help.
    Elizabeth said she did not mean to kill Mapfumo.

    "When I went to Madzimai in Shamva, I just wanted her to help me so that my husband does not sleep with other women. I gave her Wisdom's shirt which she used juju on but believe me I did not want to kill him."

    Wisdom's elder sister, Nomercy Mapfumo, could not believe that he had died.

    "Ndarwadziwa nekufa kwehanzvadzi yangu. Asati aroyiwa nemukadzi wake aiva nehutano hwakanaka," she said.

    She said efforts to take her brother to PHD ministries proved fruitless as she was told that it was too late to "deliver" him.

    "With the help of my friends, I took my brother to Prophet Magaya's church. Unfortunately, they said that it was too late because he no longer had blood in his body. Akanga awoma shaya nemutezo vakati havachakwanise kumubatsira sezvo aiva asisina ropa vakati tiende naye kuchipatara," she said.

    She added that when they took him to Harare hospital, tests done on him showed he had poison in his body.

    Wisdom's relatives said they are now confused as to what really killed him.

    "Hatichaziva kuti chii chakauraya hama yedu, kuroiwa here kana kuti ipoison," said the deceased's aunt, Virginia Simango.

    The deceased's relatives want to take Elizabeth to the civil courts.

    "When we went to Mbare police, they told us that they do not handle witchcraft cases. They referred us to the civil courts," said Nomercy.

    Wisdom is survived by two wives and two children and he will be buried today but the relatives were not sure of the final resting place.


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