Due to globalization and western influence that is spreading in Africa and the entire world, cheating among married partners have been on the rise, have caused wide spread psychological suffering to the people and even individuals killing each other especially when one is caught by his or her lover in the act.
A lady identified as Mueni from Kondele estate in Kisumu county, was busted by husband in their matrimonial bed chewing the forbidden fruit with her childhood friend and a workmate too.
The hubby who was breathing fire immediately rushed to the kitchen and picked a knife planning to stab them to death, on realizing he was determined to do it, the lady started shouting and crying uncontrollably attracting large crowd of people in her compound who rescued them.
Conferming the incident, the area chief have warned the members of the public against taking law in their own hands but report any criminal activities to authorities.
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