People come together to celebrate life and achievements. In Kenya, we have national holidays for instance, Mashujaa Day, Jamuhuri Day among others. Today, the world celebrate Fathers' Day. The day was set aside to celebrate the role of fathers in the society and in the families. Many Kenyans stormed social media such as Tweeter and Facebook to wish their loved one happy Fathers' Day.
A man in Kamagambo village in Gichugu, kirinyaga county wanted to cerebrate Fathers' Day in style. This man wanted her wife to stay at home so that they can celebrate Fathers' Day together. However, his wife did stay at home as her husband wanted but instead went to the market to carry on with her businesses as usual. This action made her husband furious. He transferred his anger on banana plantation that was owned by his wife.
He destroyed farm produce worth Sh200,000. Witnesses said the man used a machete to slice green bananas and slash sacks of avocados meant for sale. The incident was criticized by many Kenyans. They urged family members to use dialogue in order to avoid conflict that may lead to the loss of life or destruction of properties.
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