Upon seeing danger of another woman in his house, the estranged wife demanded to know why her husband moved on and yet she was still alive and kicking. Unpleased with the answers she tried to attack her successor. but her husband restrained her. It is when she started screaming claiming her spouse was attempting to kill her.
The commotion attracted the attention of their three children who joined, attacking their father as they sided with their mother.
The man sensing overpowered, reached for a panga and hacking one of his son's hands but was quickly was rushed Rangwe Sub-County Hospital for treatment.
Fearing for his life, the man fled to an unknown destination leaving his second wife behind. The witness who spoke to Standard said the fourty year old man has been taking care of the children ever since her spouse left her matrimonial home in 2019. Locals wondered why those children joined the fight instead of sitting the two down to calm the situation.
The local chief told Standard that the search to find the man continues as he caused bodly harm to his son.
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