Residences of Mikidani in Mombasa county have woken up in disbelief as a 17 year old boy is suspected of killing his father-in-law. This has been reviewed according to sources of Citizen Tv show "Sema Na Citizen"
According to the video in the tweeter by Citizen Tv Kenya, the boy is said to have killed his father-in-law after a violence between his mather and father. The boy is said to have taken a knife which he used to stub the father in the stomach, chest,and face after which escaped from home.
The mother to the suspect, Juckline Kagema reported the case to Mikidani Police station. The husband was rushed to the hospital in Mikidani where he was pronounced dead.
The DCI are investigating the matter and the boy is being searched. He will be taken to Mombasa court once he is found.
The sources have further reviewed that the 17 year old boy is a student in Kajembe High School. He was adapted by the husband after the death of his father. He has been living together with the family for a long time.
Here is the link to the tweet by Citizen Tv
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