It is quite disgusting with the recent scenes of young girls being reported to lose their lives at the hands of their boyfriends over unclear disputes.
Just after the famous death of the World champion Agnes Tirop who suffered as the victim of the circumstance another beautiful lady has been reported dead by the action said to be performed by her boyfriend.
Today in the afternoon a young female student aged 22 years old at Loitoktok Kenya Medical Training College(KMTC) has been reported to have been murdered by her boyfriend over a steamed argument.
Miriam Chepchirchir is the name of the slain lady who suffered under the hands of the gentleman identified as Samson Kipkorir who later on surrendered himself to the police after performing the ugly incident.
It is still unclear on what really led Samson to terminating Miriam's life at the moment.With cases now ramping all over the news headlines each and everyday it's high time we as a community to embrace the values needed in the society.This will enable us to avoid crying over spilled water.
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