The issue of young girls being killed by their lovers is becoming rampant and now the government is supposed to look into this matter. Yesterday, a very promising Kenyan athlete Agnes Tirop Jebet was stabbed to death by her lover in Iten Elgeyo Marakwet county. Today, the directorate of criminal investigation has reported the gruesome murder of another athlete identified as Edith Muthoni aged 27. It has been reported that Edith was stabbed by her lover Kennedy Nyamu in their home and this news was discovered today morning. According to people who knew them, it has been reported that they often had wrangles in their marriage and they would even fight. On this fateful day, Kennedy went physical on Edith after a heated argument and left her in a critical condition. She was rushed to Kerugoya hospital for treatment and doctors tried so hard to save her but it was all in vain. It has been reported that she had deep cuts and it seems like she had also lost excess blood. The suspect has been arrested today and he led police officers to the crime scene. Evidence has been collected and he will be arraigned in court soon. Rest In Peace. (Source, Facebook).
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