The lady who poisoned her two children before committing suicide left behind a note enumerating reasons as to why she decided to take her life.
According to the police, Mary Mulombe who was 28 years old stated on the note that the main reasons of killing herself was the infidelity of her husband.
She listed the number of women who have been going out with her husband saying that she isn't ready to share her man with them.
However, she stated categorically in the suicide note that she still loved her husband even in death.
Surprisingly, the lady revealed that she had Ksh 80000 in her mpesa account and Ksh 100000 in her bank account.
In the note were the pins and ATM informing the husband that he was at liberty to use the money.
On that fateful day, Mary reportedly bought a cake for her Children but little did they know that it would he their last meal.
Reports Indicate that she must have laced the cake with insecticide before giving it to her two daughters.
The girls were five year old Fransisca Maya and Abigael mbinye who was a two year old.
The Accused husband christopher Musila works with Kenya defence forces and is based in Lamu.
Couples have been urged to learn how to solve their Marital issues before resorting into taking their own lives.
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