Sad moment has been witnessed in Olelengure village after a form four student was killed. The student who was supposed to go back to school yesterday after halfterm never made it. He was found in a married Woman's matrimonial bed making love.
The boy was caught up by he husband who hit him and died on spot. The woman ran away and the husband was arrested. It's believed that the boy has been making love with the woman for long. The man is a night shift worker. Yesterday he came home unexpected.
He found the two seriously on an act, something which prompted his anger until he moved to hit the boy. He later raised an alarm where the villagers turned up and found the boy lying down unconscious.
The woman who managed to escape from the scene has not been seen upto now. Police have intensified search for the woman. The Nakuru county Police lamented the act and requested the public who might have the information about the whereabouts to report immediately.
The name of the candidate and school was intentionally withheld by the information given by the police. May his soul rest in perfect peace.
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