A bizarre incident has been reported in Kilifi county concerning a deadly love triangle between a man, his wife and the lady's 'Mpango wa kando'. As reported by the Directorate Of Criminal Investigations, the man used to feel like his wife was cheating but he had no evidence. He started spying on the wife and on this fateful day, he followed her to an entertainment join called Tamaduni joints where she had visited. On arrival, he noticed a car which belonged to a man who people claimed was spending time with his wife. It has been reported that he reached to where the car was parked and he was shocked to find his wife and her 'mpango wa kando' in the act. He got so angry and he started shooting randomly in air just to scare the duo. It has been reported that the man left his car and took to his heels leaving the wife. People who were scared by the gun shots were running in Mtwapa town with fear that they might loose their lives. Police officers came and arrested the man together with his 'cheating' wife. It has been reported that he had a gun license and police officers took it away. He is currently in custody waiting to answer a case concerning careless use of firearm in public.
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