Kisii woman on the run after her attempt to cut off her husband's masculinity was thwarted.
Information from the police in Kitutu Chache indicates that the wife allegedly assaulted her husband before her attempts to cut off his masculinity proved futile.
Police officers based in Kitutu Chache South, Kisii County, who are aware of the incident, confirmed that they were pursuing the woman who assaulted her husband before attempting to sever his masculinity after a disagreement in the family.
Area police commander Anthony Keter confirmed that they were hunting for the victim's wife, who was on the run following the incident. Speaking to the media, Mr. Anthony Keter confirmed the woman had fled after the evil assault. During the rescue, the victim was taken to the Kisii Teaching and Referral Hospital with a disfigured male form and his intestines severely crushed after his wife's assault.
The doctors who cared for him at Kisii Teaching and Referral Hospital confirmed that they took him to the theater and that he was responding well to treatments.
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