According to recent shocking reports making the Kenyan airwaves, a 31-year-old man who emanates from Kirinyanga county has found himself on the wrong arms of the law after killing his elder brother, 37 for having an affair with his younger sister.
The suspect is reported to have found his elder brother in a compromising situation with his lover (step-sister) before ending his wrath on him.
He is said to have galvanized by hitting the deceased with a blunt object on the head, face and his back before fleeing from the scene.
"The deceased also had a clandestine love affair with the 17-year-old and couldn’t come to terms with what he had witnessed," said police
The deceased was rushed to Karatina Sub-county hospital for medication purposes. However, as fate would have it, he later succumbed to his injuries while responding to treatment .
Police officers who arrived at the homestead later found out shocking details that the deceased whose name has been withheld for confidentiality had impregnated his step sister last year. However, she later had a stillbirth on March this year.
Meanwhile, a manhunt has been launched against the runaway suspect has been as investigations continues.
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