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Fear and anxiety have struck the residents from Mukangu, Ndia in Kirinyaga county.This is after a middle aged man stabbed to death his biological father, in a mysterious incidence.The thirty year old man used a knife to attack his father until he died.The terrible incidence has however aroused Kenyans reactions as they share varying opinions via the social media platforms.However the security team has started investigation to detect more information behind the terrible incidence.
Indeed the government should collaborate with other security agencies and come up with more strategies to curb murder cases in Kenya.However suspects associated with murder cases should definitely face legal consequences.Our news desk is following up more on this incidence and will bring to you more updates.Meanwhile what is your view regarding a man stabbing his father to death in Kirinyaga? Kindly share your comment and follow us for other more updates.
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