Unfaithfulness in wedlock has become a norm in our modern community because of globalization and western culture that is spreading all over the world, has brought alot of psychological suffering and even death of partners and their children especially when one is caught in the act by his or her lover.
A man who have been identified as Mwangi from a little known Kimandi village, Gatanga constituency, Murang'a county in the former Central province have broken his two limbs after jumping from a balcony of a three storey building escaping to be arrested by police.
His lover's husband unexpectedly came home and found him eating forbidden fruit in bedroom with wife and this made him to alert the soldiers who responded immediately.
Conferming the incident, the area chief said that the gentleman sustained serious injuries in the whole body and he was rushed to Thika Level 5 hospital. "He is responding well to treatment and he will be discharged soon." He said.
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