A Prison Warden locked up stationed at Waita Government of Kenya Prison in Mwingi has been nabbed for allegedly shooting dead his wife and one-year-old son.
An OB statement from the police states that Mr Nduati submitted his GK firearm to police cops guarding the gate after committing the heinous act.
“The sleuth on duty got information that Police constable David Nduati Kimani had submitted his G3 firearm to the police cops guarding the main gate and he admitted that he had shoot his wife and left,” the OB reports reads in part.
Following the Wednesday morning crime, the cop on duty raced to Nduati’s residence in accompany of other sleuths where they spotted Mwende and her son lying in a pool of blood and already dead.
The suspect was nabbed while on attempt to escape with the motive of the incident yet to be processed.
The latest development comes when last month Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i said plans are underway to ban police cops from engaging in romantic relationships with colleagues.
This move according to the Matiang’i is to reduce the rise in sexual assaults and immorality cases like murder in the National Police Service (NPS).
The cabinet secretary said that the tough regulations will take effect on July this year hence police cops will not be allowed to date nor marry colleagues in the service.
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