According to K24 digital news reports, Stephen Ngila Nthenge was earlier on handed a thirty years sentence after being found guilty of chopping his ex wife's arm. The estranged ex husband had appealed on the sentencing which judge Odunga refused to hear the plea, and demanded the sentence to be served.
While reading his Judgement, Judge George Odunga offered his advise to married couples as he stated that if any marriage does not work out, either couple should walk away.
"Where a marriage has clearly irretrievably broken down for whatever reason, it is better for the couple to accept the reality and pick up whatever remains of their future and move on." The Judge stated.
Justice has been served yet again for Jackline Mwende who was brutally attacked by Stephen Ngila Nthenge in 2016 where he chopped off her hands because of infidelity and infertility allegations.
This serves as a good example to other men who commit homicide to their own family members thinking they could get away from justice.
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