Mutsvanga’s ben-10 commits suicide after being dumped

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A tragic incident has shaken the community of Tongogara in Shurugwi, where a 52-year-old man, Bright Sibanda, was found hanging in his estranged sugar mama’s house after being rejected.

The incident, which occurred on June 19th, has left residents reeling and highlighting the devastating consequences of heartbreak and the importance of seeking support in times of emotional distress.

According to police spokesperson for the Midlands region, Inspector Emmanuel Mahoko, Sibanda had gone to the house of his former girlfriend, Tariro Mutsvanga, also 54, in an attempt to reconcile after their relationship had ended. “They had broken up after a fight, and Tariro had decided to end the relationship,” Inspector Mahoko explained.

Sibanda, determined to win back his former sugar mama, refused to leave her house until they had reached an agreement. “He said he wouldn’t go anywhere until they got back together,” Inspector Mahoko said.

Mutsvanga, fearing for her safety, sought the help of her uncle, who lived in the same village. The uncle, concerned for his niece’s well-being, advised Sibanda the Ben-10, to return to his own home and try again the following day. He then took Mutsvanga to his house for her safety, as Sibanda had been threatening her during their argument.

The next morning, Mutsvanga returned to her home, only to find Sibanda’s lifeless body hanging from the rafters of her bedroom. He had broken a window to gain entry and used an electric cable to take his own life.

The incident has sent shockwaves through the community, with residents expressing their grief and disbelief. “We are all saddened by this tragedy,” said a local resident, who wished to remain anonymous. “Bright was a good man, and we are struggling to understand what drove him to do this.”

Inspector Mahoko, speaking on behalf of the police, expressed his condolences to the family of the deceased and urged those experiencing heartbreak to seek help from trained professionals.

“Breaking up is a part of life, and it’s important to remember that you’re not alone,” he said. “If you’ve been rejected, accept it and seek help from counsellors, pastors, headmen, chiefs, or even the police. There are people who care and want to help you through this difficult time.”

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