A 27 year old woman in Kahawa Wendani in Kiambu's Ruiru sub-county has killed her husband by biting him on the chest, thumb and shoulder.
In what was reported by the Directorate of Criminal Investigations, the couple had a squabble yesternight, a fight which transpired to the death of a 37 year old Kenya Defence Force officer. According to the DCI's post on their official twitter page, Violet got angry and bit her husband in three different places. An act which sent the officer to eternal rest.
After Violet had noted that her late husband's health was critical and slowly losing breath, she rushed him to the Kahawa Garrison Health centre. The deceased reached the hospital dead. He was reported cold and without impulse.
Violet Asale was arrested after she took the officer to the hospital. More investigation is still ongoing as the hospital is still conducting an autopsy.
This left many surprised as they could not help but react to the DCI's twitter posts. In relation to today's trending topic on twitter, men are crying for help as they are claiming that women are the one given platform when they are assaulted but not the other way round.
On today's trending topics on twitter, 'stop killing men' men are advocating for their rights claiming that they are also suffering against gender based violence. But it gets hard for them to get justice as all attention has been shifted to women.
Here are a few comments on the DCI's post concerning the death of KDF officer based in Gilgil KDF camp:
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