Drama In Githunguri Bus Terminus When A Man And His Wife Engaged In Fighting
By Doctor-stocks | self meida writer
Published 19 days ago - 6451 views
Family fighting has been a rampant behavior, that is normally witnessed in many families. Yesterday, the drama was witnessed at the Githunguri bus terminus, after the man was caught up in fight with his wife. The woman was said to have been engaging in extra-marital affairs.
The woman who was identified as Waitherero, together with her two children; is said to have hired two Boda boda riders to assist in ferrying her belongings and fled from her rented house within the town.
Waithetero moved to the bus station, where she was to board a matatu to Githiga. Before the Boda boda riders took off with the packed luggages, Waithetero's husband's caught up with them and tried to beg his wife to stay. Waitherero insisted that she must go. “I must go! Let me go,” shouted the woman whilst boarding the motorcycle. The man stuck onto the luggage and threw them to the ground and from there; the two encage in fighting.
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