A middle-aged woman from Nyanchwa Estate has been detained by police in Kisii on suspicion of chewing off her husband's manhood and then stabbing him in the abdomen after an argument at home.
According to reports, Grace Oyaro, 35, allegedly perpetrated the terrible deed on Saturday night, leaving his boyfriend Eliud Onuko, 38, with significant injuries before he was transferred to Kisii Teaching and Referral Hospital for immediate major surgery.
According to a police record obtained, the two lovers got into a heated argument over the possibility of a love triangle.
After seeking medical assistance at one of Kisii's private hospitals following the event, the primary suspect was apprehended.
As soon as Grace was permitted to leave the hospital, the DCI sleuths swooped in.
She is currently detained at the Nyanchwa police station in Kisii town where she is assisting authorities in their investigation of what might have happened.
Obino Nyambane, the Kisii County Director in charge of Culture, has voiced his displeasure over the outrageous incidents that have been recorded in Gusii land and called for prompt action from the elders in Gusii land to provide direction to the youth.
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