Reports of a woman who killed her husband for allegedly taking Ksh 100 that was meant for food to buy cigarettes emerged online leading to a somber mood among Kenyans.
According to reports, the shocking incident occurred in Kitale, sources indicated that a middle-aged woman hacked his husband to death using a blunt object after spending 100 shillings on buying cigarettes.
Further reports indicated that the woman had put the money inside their bedroom and she was expecting to use it to buy food since they had no money. Unfortunately, the husband took the money without informing her and bought cigarettes.
The two exchanged alterations of words minutes after the husband came home whole smocking the cigarette. The incident became ugly after the woman hacked his husband, he was rushed to the hospital but unfortunately died on his way to the hospital.
The woman has been arrested and taken to the police station for further interrogation.
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