Directorate of criminal investigation detectives have on Thursday morning issued a statement of the arrest of James Kifo Muriuki. He is a resident of Tharaka-Nithi county who is accused of putting pepper, onions and salt in his wife’s private parts them sealed them off with superglue. James was accusing his wife of infidelity while he was in Nairobi. He was arrested in Kaningo, Kitui county.
“The arrest followed a shocking report made by the complainant, his wife, on how the suspect lured her in the dead of the night to River Kathita whereby he ordered her to strip naked and tell him all the men she had slept with while he was in Nairobi,” said DCI detective to the Nation on Thursday morning after the arrest of James Muriuki.
DCI detectives from the Nairobi headquarters joined their colleagues from Tharaka-Nithi to launch a manhunt for James Kifo Muriuki after his wife reported the matter to the police and the incident went viral on social media.
While speaking to the Nation, Tharaka South Police Commander Kiprop Ruto said James Kifo Muriuki first inserted pepper, salt and onions into his wife’s private parts using a sharp knife before applying superglue mixed with sand to seal it off. James wanted to teach his wife a lesson for cheating on him while he was away. James Kifo Muriuki is now being held in police custody awaiting to be charged in court.
“The suspect will be charged accordingly once necessary police procedure is complete,” added the DCI detective in a statement following the arrest of Mr. James Muriuki.
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