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Horror as man kills his elder brother after finding him in a compromising situation with their younger sister in Kirinyaga County. According to the information shared by the DCI, a 31 year old man killed his elder brother after finding him in a compromising situation with their younger sister, in a bizarre incident that has shocked Chema Village in Baricho, Kirinyaga County.
It is reported that Bernard Njere killed his elder brother, 37 years Samuel Irungu in cold blood after busting him with their 17 years old sister.
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It is reported that a fight broke out between the two brothers and it is this time that Irungu lost his life.
According to DCI report, his departed son was hit with blunt object in the head, face and at the back and succumbed to the injuries while undergoing treatment at Karatina Sub County Hospital.
It is reported that the deceased had earlier impregnated the step sister who experienced stil birth in March this year. The suspect escaped from the scene and the police are currently in hot pursuit to arrest him.
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