A man in Embakasi is fighting for his life after he stabbed himself moments after a domestic fight with his wife that turned bloody.
According to the caretaker of the building, he was alerted of a disturbance in the ground floor where a woman was crying for help from one of the rooms.
By the time the caretaker got there, the couple was lying in a pool of blood because the woman had been stabbed several times by the husband.
"I rushed there only to find the couple lying in a pool of blood, in their bed. The woman was motionless but the man was writhing in pain. I rushed to Kware Police Station and reported the incident," said Isaac Njoroge, the caretaker of the building.
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The couple had rented the building back in April and Isaac Njoroge, The Caretaker, says that they kept to themselves and not many of the neighbors knew them personally.
It took a while for police officers from the Villa Franka Police Station to control the crowd that had gathered at the scene but eventually the man was taken to Mama Lucy Hospital.
"The body of the woman has been here since 7am. We are also wondering why the police have not taken her husband to hospital, or at least offer him first aid," a woman neighbor identified as Mbithe said.
These cases have become very many in the country and a lot of people are asking the government to intervene and stop these murders.
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