THE MUREWA siblings’ alleged killer’s manhood had disappeared when he committed the heinous act, his wife claims.
Maria Makoni, 41, claimed that Denford Nyamande, 35,’s manhood had disappeared and he blamed his now deceased father Felix Taonana Chiodza of bewitching him.
“He came and found me herding cattle and never spent more than five minutes with me,” said Makoni.
“Akakumura bhurukwa akati ‘ndichiri munhu here kana zvadai kupararaka uku’ achindiwonesa kuti haasisina zvombo zvake.
“He gave me US$10 to support his child and buy soap and left.
“Ndakasara ndikataura ndega nechemumwoyo ndikati kana munhu aita zvechinzenza chake akagadzirwa nevakadzi akuuya achipomera baba vake kuti ndivo vabvisa nhengo yake.
“The whole village is now against me as if I were aware of his intention to kill his father and aunt.
“We have been together for the past eight years and he never showed to be someone who is that harsh and I was shocked to hear about the murder.
“He married me when I had three children with another man and we have one child together but he never frightened or beat my children.
“I have since lodged my complaint to the kraal head against one of the villagers who threatened to kill me accusing me of concealing the murder.
“I left my house and visited my parents that is when I received a call that my father-in-law was dead,” said Makoni.
One of the villagers told H-Metro that Nyamande suggested to one of his aunt Angella Bhunu’s children that she must stay alone prompting them to think that he was planning to kill her.
“Nyamande akaenda kwaChidziva kwakaroorwa vatete vake kwairipwa atete vake mombe nevana vavo yekuvanongedza huroyi.
“Akasiya avati vagare vega sezvo vaigara mumba memuroora wavo. Tinofungidzira kuti yaiva nzira yekuda kuzovaponda varivega pamba pavo, disclosed the villager.”