Kenya has endured a long history of land conflicts, dating back to its colonial period when first the Germans and then the British promulgated policies and practices that alienated people from their customary land and pitted one ethnic group against another. these policies were extended after independence. Land conflicts continue to be a big problem in Kenya. In most cases it ends up with concerned parties killing each other.
As reported by K24 TV, today shock has gripped Ndonyero Village in Gatundu North after a wife Conspired with her son and another person and killed her husband over land tussle. It is said that the trio have been embroiled in a longstanding 4-acre land tussle.
"Shock as wife kills husband in a land tussle. The trio is said to have been embroiled in a longstanding 4-acre land tussle that reportedly saw son and mother conspire with another person (not from the family) to grab it." Tweeted by K24 TV.
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