A Limpopo man allegedly murdered his four children, he has confirmed that he accuses his wife of supposedly cheating on him at the same time contaminate him with HIV disease. He had also added that she will never see him and the children again.
The 52-year-old man’s last post on Tuesday morning he claimed to be very mad at his spouse and her lovers.
The post read: “I am very angry at her, her friends and her lovers. She will never see us again and must die of Aids. My wife really hurt me”.
Some Facebook fans remarked on the post with laughing emojis, while one person questioned him about why he was exposing his dirty laundry.
When the news trended that he had reportedly murdered his four children, many people couldn’t believe it hence they replied with crying emojis.
“It’s just sad that he killed his own children. The old man had been crying. His posts were heartbreaking. He needed serious help but killing children is not a solution,” one commented.
Another said: “Such an old man killing his children because of their mother though”.
In one of the Facebook comments, the man reportedly said that his spouse would leave the children by themselves, never give them a bath, never washed their clothes, never cooked or cleaned but she and her friends go around looking for men.
“I bought meat and it went bad because there was no-one to cook it. My fridge now stinks and I threw the meat away. Even the two bags of potatoes that I had bought went bad.”
He also posted a picture of his wife and wrote: “HIV positive, pregnant, sleeping around with many men. She infected me with Aids and is spreading it, be careful”.
On Monday he posted that his wife took their youngest child to a man in Hebron, Tshwane, claiming the child was his. However, the man allegedly denied the child’s paternity.
The man was tracked down in the Ga-Pasha area in the Selatole village where he was apprehended, police spokesperson Colonel Brenda Muridili reported.
“He will be charged with four counts of murder and he will appear in Mecklenburg Magistrate’s Court within 48 hours,” said Muridili.
She said the bodies of the four murdered children – Katlego (9) Joyce (7) Tshepo (5)and Adele (3) were discovered in the bush about 5kms from their home.
“Preliminary police investigations indicate that the father allegedly asked the driver of the scholar transport for his children and since the driver knew the father, he permitted him to take them”.
“The motive for this brutal murders has not yet been established but investigations continue,” said Muridili.