A plate of Githeri(source.joel munywa/Facebook)
The man identified as Kimanzi Musyoka is said to have disagreed with him after she denied him food.
The incident was confirmed by Mumoni police commander Morris Gudah said that the man took a panga and hacked his mother who died on the spot.
After committing the egregious act the man is said to have imbibed poison in a bid to take his life.
However life gave him a second chance as police arrived at the scene and rushed him to the hospital.
The man who is doing well will be charged for murder after being discharged from the hospital.
“We got a report that a man from Mbarani who is known as Kimanzi Musyoka had an argument with his mother before he took a panga and slashed her severally until she died and then he tried to consume poison so that he would die but police officers arrived at the scene and took him to the hospital. when he recovers he shall be taken to court, “said the sub-county police commander.
The body of the woman was picked by the police and taken to Kyuso level four hospital mortuary for presentation.
He urged the youths to engage in activities that keep them busy while earning money in a bid to avoid unnecessary arguments with their parents.
He observed that arguments are normal in families but the most important thing is how one handles them.
He intimated that there is a need for people to learn to solve their issues amicably without violence.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it has been reported that cases of domestic violence have gone up in the country.
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