The man who confessed to have killed a Catholic Church Priest has revealed that the priest always referred to him as 'my dear' or 'sweetheart'. In return, he also informally referred to him as 'bro'. This, according to him, grew to something which he found unusual before the priest engaging in an unnatural act with him.
The man is the main a suspect in the murder of father who served at one church in Machakos County. He was killed and his body buried in a shallow grave in Meru South. The suspect pleaded with the court to forgive him after admitting that he killed a man of God after the incident.
In his mitigation to the court, the 26-year-old man through his advocate said, he acted out of anger while committing the offense. The lawyer pleaded with the court to take into consideration of the reasons given by the accused person. The man informed the court that trouble started when the father visited his rented house in Meru South for the first time.
The priest was killed on October 8th in 2019 and his body remains were discovered stashed in a bag along a riverbed. Eight days later, the accused was arrested before leading detectives to the site.
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