Sombrero mood engulfed Mwiki locals after a middle aged man was killed today at dawn over love triangle. According to the statement by the police, they have arrested a waitress, Miriam Njeri, the duo seeking her affection fought in her house, leading to the death of one of them, identified as David Maina. Njeri returned to her house at 1.40am while accompanied by Maina when they found another man waiting for her.
The attempts by the locals to rescue the duo and save their lives fallen on a hard rock after they just watched over the armed duo fighting to death among each other.
It us believed that the waitress has been giving the men sleepless nights as they continued looking for love. According to the statement by the locals and the police, the deceased claimed before his death that he had been paying for her rent for the past months only for her to bring another man to 'harvest' her in his absence. What do you think should be done to ensure that such issues are avoided.
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