A man was killed by a mob after he allegedly slashed his lover's head while she was at work in Murang'a County.
The lady was at her workplace on Wednesday, November 9, milking her employer's cows. She was then accosted by Kamau, his boyfriend, who beheaded her mercilessly around 8 in the morning.
The neighbors around her noticed the incident and could not remain silent at all. They all flooded the crime scene and attacked the man without mercy. As reported by the chief of the area, Joseph Nyotu, the members of the public stoned him to death.
The police officers arrived at the crime scene, where they found her body lying on the cowshed and her head completely detached. They then took the weapon that was used to kill her.
The officers launched their investigations to find out the reason behind the incident, and they discovered that the two were lovebirds. However, they are yet to find out the motive behind it.
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