Wife crashes her own funeral, horrifying her husband, who had paid to have her killed

Marriage is a sacred moment to formalize the union of two people. Driven by feelings of love and a need for stability, this stage disrupts a couple's life, for the better and for the worse.

Indeed, although we imagine marriage as a proof of love and commitment, it happens for some that this official act is only a means to deceive the other, to better benefit from it. That's what Noela Rukundo was victim of, here is her story ...

The tragic story of Noela Rukundo

Wife crashes her own funeral, horrifying her husband, who had paid to have her killed

Noela Rukundo is an African refugee living in Australia since 2004. In this new country, she meets another African refugee named Balenga Kalala.

The lovers decide to get married and they move in together.

Wife crashes her own funeral, horrifying her husband, who had paid to have her killed

In February 2015, Noela went to her native Burundi to attend the funeral of her mother-in-law. This death affects her enormously so she decides to call her husband to find comfort. The latter recommends him to go out and go for a walk rather than go to sleep with sullen ideas.

However, at the moment of crossing the door, she finds herself face to face with an armed man who forces her to get into the car.

Wife crashes her own funeral, horrifying her husband, who had paid to have her killed

Blindfolded and wedged between two armed men, she has no choice but to do what she is told. That's when they arrive at their destination after 30 to 40 minutes.

The kidnappers take him to a building and attach him to a chair. They start asking her what she did to this man and why he asked to kill her. Not knowing who they are talking about, Noela finds herself helpless in front of so many questions. In the face of his ignorance, the kidnappers end up telling him that the sponsor is none other than her husband.

The leader of the gang decides to call Balenga by putting on loudspeaker so that Noela hears the truth. The kidnapper tells Balenga that they have him and he answers "Kill her". In the shock of this conversation, Noela, after recognizing the voice of her husband, still does not return. She knew that her husband was violent but not to the point of having her killed.

Wife crashes her own funeral, horrifying her husband, who had paid to have her killed

Preparing for the idea of dying, one of the hired kidnappers tells him they will not kill her because they do not kill women and children. However, they keep her in captivity for two days and remind Balenga to tell him that his wife is dead. They take the opportunity to extort more money from the latter.

They end up releasing Noela on the side of the road, leaving her the recordings of telephone conversations during which Balenga Kalala discusses murder and money transfers.

At the same time, Balenga informs their entourage of the death of his wife, following a so-called accident. He receives relatives in mourning as well as gifts of money. But that's when Noela arrives on the day of the funeral. Thinking of seeing a ghost, Balenga does not believe it. He ends up telling his wife that he ordered his murder out of jealousy, admitting that he was afraid she would leave him for another man.

Noela records everything and files a complaint against her husband. He pleads guilty to incitement to murder and is sentenced to nine years in prison.

Wife crashes her own funeral, horrifying her husband, who had paid to have her killed

Today, Noela mourns the marriage and cares for her eight children. She turned the page thanks to the strength of character she discovered during this event.

Unhealthy jealousy: one of the symptoms of domestic violence

Although jealousy is normal in a couple, when it becomes excessive, it can be a sign of future marital violence. Indeed, if the partner has psychological or behavioral problems, his reactions will be amplified to the slightest annoyance, especially when a "competitor" comes into play.

Sufferers of deep emotional deprivation, jealous individuals are unable to rationalize their emotions and they feel the need to control the other. The jealousy then mixes with the possessiveness.

The jealous person will start by isolating his partner, preventing him from having a social life and being in contact with his relatives. If these provisions are not enough, and he suspects an infidelity, a lie or a cachotry, often from his imagination, the latter will behave violently. This domestic violence is illustrated both by insults and humiliations and by beatings and violence.

Without outside help, this type of behavior can not be changed. Medical and psychological monitoring is necessary. If the jealous individual exhibits dangerous behavior, the only way out is separation, to protect yourself and allow the other to be cared for.

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