A woman from Uganda has ended up at the Nyamushegyera government prison until Mar. 19 for killing her boyfriend. The suspect was identified as Loyce Tihainomwangire who allegedly stabbed and killed her boyfriend, Allan Mandela.

LIB reports that Tihainomwangire stabbed the 26-year-old to death for allegedly cheating on her. The stabbing took place on Feb. 12 in Kitwe, Rwentuha Bushenyi. It appears the sports presenter was on the verge of leaving her and marrying another woman.

However, this was not the first statement that he woman had issued. Initially, Tihainomwangire had told CID that she had killed her boyfriend because he infected her with HIV Aids.

Her claims were refuted after she had a check at a hospital. The results came out negative and Tihainomwangire ended up changing her statement. This time around, she confessed that she killed Mandela because he was about to marry another woman. She added that marriage preparations were already underway.

Regardless, Tihainomwangire now finds herself being remanded to the Nyamushegyera government prison until Mar. 19. The judge, Osauro has ordered Tihainomwangire not to release any further statements for now.

Station manager Rogers Akandwanaho confirmed that the two were in a relationship for almost two-and-a-half years but have separated. He was unaware how the two reunited.

“I had stopped them from bringing girls in their rooms around the workplace and how the suspect came in last night I don’t know. We only had noise in the morning, she tried to escape but my staff stopped her and she locked herself inside and called police that came and arrested her,” he said.

Mandela was one of the beloved radio presenters for the Bushenyi media fraternity. The community was shocked upon hearing the news of the 26-year-old’s death. Tihainomwangire is also employed as a staff but in another Busheni radio station.

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