The lamentable battle about lady happened in Naivasha Town on Thursday, May 20.
Police in Naivasha, Nakuru County have captured a 18-year-old kid blamed for slaughtering a 32-year-old man during battle over a lady.
The teen is affirmed to have cut the throat of his affection rival on Thursday night, May 20. The occurrence happened at the deceased home in Sanctuary Estate on Moi South Lake Road.
The tricenarian is asserted to have lured the kid into his home, where he (deceased) defied the teen over claims that the kid was subtly seeing his 32-year-old spouse.
The man is said to have promised the polytechnic studenta job, resulting in the meeting, which ended sadly.
The deceased, Dennis Kioko, is affirmed to have requested to know why the teen was having an unsanctioned romance with his wife. A battle, consequently, erupted.
It was during the scuffle, that Kioko went after a kitchen knife and endeavored to cut the kid. The teen, notwithstanding, overwhelmed the 32-year-old and grabbed the weapon from him.
"I accidentally cut him in the neck while endeavoring to defend myself," the suspect told the police.
Peterson Njoroge, an elder in the area, communicated worry at the rising instances of relationship-caused deaths around the town.
"Over the the past one year, at any rate five inhabitants of Naivasha Town have been slaughtered in love triangle cases. There's a fundamental issue in the general public, which should be tended to direly," he said.
Naivasha OCPD Samuel Waweru disclosed said that the suspect, who had sustained wounds during the battle, was taken to a medical clinic, and would, from there on, be charged.
Kioko's body was taken to Naivasha Sub-County Referral Hospital funeral home.
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