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Woman Assaults Father In Law Over Late Husband’s Death Certificate

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Gabriel Denhere has taken his daughter in law Stacey Chininga to court over a domestic dispute in which she allegedly assaulted him. This is because he reportedly withheld her late husband’s death certificate from her.

Gabriel has asked the court for a peace order against her which is he wishes her to stay away and refrain from making contact.

He said: “Stacey is my daughter-in-law and her husband died in 2017.

“Before his death, he told me that I was going to be in custody of his kids when he died while he was having issues with his wife.

“She is in the habit of attacking me with her relatives whenever she visits my place of residence and last week, she assaulted me using a cooking stick after we had an argument over the death certificate.

“She accuses me of denying her access to her husband’s death certificate, which is a lie because I don’t have it.

“Even if I have it, I will be the right owner since he was also my child.”

Chininga replied, “That’s not true, your worship. He has the death certificate, but he is refusing to hand it over to me.
I have never assaulted nor attacked him, all I want is a death certificate so that I can be able to access some funds for my children’s school fees.”

“Yes, he was left in custody of the kids, but he does not fend for them,” she said.

Presiding magistrate Nyasha Marufu granted the peace order in Denhere’s favour

Ibukun El-dau studied economics and philosophy at University College London. He later completed a course in screenwriting at Ealing film school in London. He has a keen interest in film-making, having completed a directors course at New York Film Academy in Los Angeles. He is well traveled and an avid reader, gamer and writer.

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