"He started yelling at his wife saying, 'Why did you lie to me and say you were going for a medical check-up and decided to go to church instead?'"
On July 9, in Uganda, Amina Nanfuka, 31, returned from a medical appointment and a worship service. But when she returns home, she dies under the blows. One of her relatives accuses her husband of having killed her. He testifies for Morning Star News.
Amina suffers from the uterus. She spent 10 days in Kampala with a Christian member of her family in order to receive treatment. During this stay, this relative spoke to her about the Gospel and invited a pastor to meet her.
"I shared the saving power of Jesus, and she showed a desire to accept and believe in Jesus."
On July 8, Amina goes to her medical appointment. The next day, she goes to worship. There, the pastor gives him a Bible. On the way home, Amina shows her Bible to her accompanying family member. They are then surprised by one of his neighbors, Ariko Yahaya.
“Do you mean that these days you go to church?” he asks.
When she returns home, her Muslim husband has already been notified. "Without greeting us," the relative explains, "he started yelling at his wife saying, 'Why did you lie to me and say you were going for a medical check-up and decided to go to the clinic instead? 'church ?'". "Amina was mute," he says.
"I immediately heard a loud bang inside with kicks and slaps. She started screaming and calling for help. I feared for my life and rushed out of the room. room screaming and moaning for help."
Neighbors started to approach, but Amina's husband had already left the house. Her relative discovered her on the ground, unconscious. She was taken to hospital where she was pronounced dead. "She was strangled and hit with an object", explains the witness, who continues, "I suspect that Ariko Yahaya informed Waiswa that we were going to the church in Kampala".
She leaves behind three children aged 3, 6 and 9.