The cases of gender based violence have been on the rise in Kenya. This us even made sad that our precious athletes have been unfortunately caught between this. One case was when one top athlete Agnes Tirop was allegedly killed by her boyfriend.
Today there is emerging news of another case of gender based violence. Once again the victim is an athlete from Kenya. According to reports from multiple sources, Kenyan Born Bahrain athlete Damaris Mutua Muthee is no more. This is after her boyfriend from Ethiopia allegedly cut short her precious life in Iten.
It is reported that the Ethiopian boyfriend who is also believed to be an athlete murdered the Kenyan lady and fled to Ethiopia. He would later call friends to inform them of what had transpired. Police have since arrived at the scene of crime to collect her body. Residents of Iten were got unaware of the happenings.
Following that, residents and Kenyans are calling for justice to prevail and the culprits brought to book a soon as possible. The case might elicit more debate on gender based violence that has been on the rise.
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