Cases of murder have been reported and vividly increasing day by day across different counties here in Kenya. Most of these murder cases are linked with family domestic wrangles, mostly in relationships. Few days ago a middle aged man Stabbed his child to death after domestic wrangles erupted between him and his wife.
According to the latest news report by Citizen TV news Kenya through Facebook social media platform, Police in Kisii have launched an investigation into the killing of a middle-aged man who was hacked by his father over a domestic row.
Confirming the incident, the area OCPD Charles Machinji said that 61-year-old Sabastian Matundura confessed to killing his son Peter Bogecho after a bitter altercation between them at Igonga village Bonchari in Kisii.
Matundura hacked his son using a jembe before presenting himself to the police.
The body of the deceased was taken to Kisii Teaching and Referral hospital as investigations into the incident continue.
Kenyans on social media have shared their different opinions and thoughts concerning that incident whereby some section of netizens have adviced the government to address more on murder incidents in Kisii County. Here are some of the reactions among Kenyans netizens,
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