By Solomon Hamala
A 32 year old housewife is on the run after mercilessly biting off the penis of her husband whom she accused of committing adultery.
Asifa Nakagolo bit off the entire penis of her husband Bashir Mukaire after he arrived at home at around 10:30a.m on Wednesday March 17.
According to the LC One Chairman, Mufumi Ward, Idudi Town Council, Suuna Jamiru, the victim arrived at home and decided to take off his clothes in order to take a shower. However, he was instead attacked by his wife as he entered the bedroom biting off his penis leaving him lying in a pool of blood.
Jamiru accused her husband of frequently cheating on her by sleeping with other women in the neighborhood.
The couple has been married for the last ten years and has five children.
Amiri Kirunda a neighbor to the couple said the woman later fled with the penis after the incident while shouting at the top of her voice saying that she wanted to teach him a lesson he will never forget.
“People were shocked to see the woman run away with a blood stained mouth and a piece of the penis in the other hand,” he said.
Jane Kagoya a colleague to the woman said the accused has always been boasting saying she cannot spend a night without having sex with a man.
“I was not surprised after hearing that my friend had bitten off her husband’s penis,” she said.
The accused who previously worked as a bar waitress in one of the drinking joints in Idudi town council later decided to settle down in marriage after being approached by Mukaire.
The victim was rushed to Nkatu medical center located in Idudi town council in critical condition.
Medical personnel had to battle with the huge number of people who flocked the center in order to have a glimpse of the victim by asking them to stay away.
The district police commander Bugweri, John Nkudizimana said police is hunting for the accused to answer to charges of causing grievous harm to her husband.
He cautioned couples against taking the law into their hands and instead urged them to seek counseling from the police family and child protection unit or any relevant non-governmental organizations to avoid similar incidents.