A couple in Mtwapa has left residents in shock after commiting suicide by jumping from 5 storey building.
According to the neighbours the two have been leaving together for 3 months now and they seemed to be in love.
Speaking to NTV, the residents said that, the fateful incident occurred at around 3 am. The two arrived home that night at around midnight.
The woman who was identified as Nyokabi and the boyfriend as 'Rastaman' is said to have had some disagreements before the man jumped .There was broken classes in their room.
According to the eye witness the man jumped hitting a vehicle packed outside and the alarm from the vehicle worked them up. That's when they heard the lady saying 'mimi nakufuata' before jumping.
The two did not die on the spot, but they passed on before reaching hospital . The bodies was taken to the mortuary.
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These incident has left residents in shock, because they two seemed to be in love with each other. The residents don't know what might have caused them to end their lives like that.
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