Gender Based Violence is becoming so rampant in our society and basically we are supposed to look for a way of solving issues rather than murdering our partners. The whole of last week, we have reported two murder cases one of Agnes Tirop and Edith Muthoni who were brutally stabbed to death by their lovers. Today, Tirop has been laid to rest in Nandi county and basically it is so painful. We are not yet done with all these and today, a medical student has been murdered by her lover after a short argument. As reported by ' Emoo FM' Miriam Chepchirchir was with her boyfriend Samson Kipkorir. The 22 years was a student in the Kenya Medical Training College in Loitoktok and basically everything was just okay. She decided to visit her boyfriend in Kamukunji estate for the weekend and they had a short disagreement which made them quarrel. It has been reported that Samson picked a knife and stabbed Miriam Killing her on the spot. This comes two years after a final year medical student Ivy Wangechi was brutally murdered by her alleged lover in Eldoret. For now, Miriam's body has been taken to the morgue. Police officers are still investigating the matter and we hope justice will be done to the bereaved family.
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