In Shikhutumi village Kakamega, a family is mourning the death of their kin. As reported by Citizen TV, the deceased argued with his form three son over piece of Ugali. It was reported that the two have been arguing on daily basis. The dad is a drunkard and he often comes home in a bad state. Villagers who stay close to the family said that the two never had peace. They quarrel about the boy's school performance. On this fateful day, as usual when the man arrived, he asked for Ugali. This was where his son jumped on him with a blunt object. He knocked the dad down rendering him lifeless instantly. Police were called to pick the body which is currently in Kakamega general hospital mortuary. This is so sad in deed. Parents should raise their kids in a way that they respect them. Mind you beating or laying your hands on a parent is forbidden.
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