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violences faites alafemme

Dans un quartier appelé KARHALE dans la ville de bukavu vit un homme quia 2femmes mais chaque jour expose ses concubines au mépris . en les injuriant publiquement comme quoi elles étaient des prostituées et femmes sans valeurs.I Lest arrive un jour apprendre une machette cherchant a mettre fin a la vie de l.une de ces concubines l .accusant d .avoir eu des relations sexuelles avec un maçon qui construisait lamaison de cette précitée.la pauvre femme a eu la sauve grâce a la venue des voisins qui ont supplies celui ci tous ça je dire qu il y a des hommes aussi qui violée leur femme.merci les amies veuille de nous lire est comprendra et a bientôt.

English translation by PulseWire member JC2986

In a neighborhood called Karhale, in the city of Bukavu, lived a man who had two wives. Every day, he would abuse his wives by publicly insulting them and calling them prostitutes, and women with no worth. One day, he grabbed a machete, looking to end the life of one of his wives because he accused her of having sexual intercourse with a mason who was building a house next door. The poor woman was saved by neighbors who begged the man not to kill her. There are also men who rape their wives. Thank you friends for reading these and understanding.

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JC2986's picture

Peut-etre un jour

J'espere qu'un jour, les femmes seront respectees dans votre pays et qu'elles ne devront plus avoir peur des hommes ou de leur maris.

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Translation

In a neighborhood called Karhale, in the city of Bukavu, lived a man who had two wives. Every day, he would abuse his wives by publicly insulting them and calling them prostitutes, and women with no worth. One day, he grabbed a machete, looking to end the life of one of his wives because he accused her of having sexual intercourse with a mason who was building a house next door. The poor woman was saved by neighbors who begged the man not to kill her. There are also men who rape their wives. Thank you friends for reading these and understanding.

aimeeknight's picture

Thank you for sharing this

Thank you for sharing this story, Masirikae. I would encourage you to share more details and your thoughts. How did you feel about this occurrence? I’m glad the woman was saved! Keep writing, I look forward to your future posts.

Aimee

Merci de partager cette histoire, Masirikae. Je vous encourage à partager plus de détails et vos pensées. Comment avez-vous vécu cet événement? Je suis content que la femme a été sauvé! Continuez d'écrire, je me réjouis de vos futurs postes. (Google Translate)

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