Apparently, some kind of brutality to our beloved ones are so illegal. I mean, expectant ladies need to be protected and taken care off. At no point should you beat your expectant wife because of small mistakes. In Dagorreti Nairobi area, a man called Amwai has been arrested for beating his expectant wife badly. As reported by k24 news, the guy reached home only to find no food. The wife had not prepared any meal yet. He immediately started beating her despite being pregnant. He kicked the wife and she immediately miscarried. Lucky enough, people arrived and took her to hospital. They reported Amwai to Kibera police station. Police also came in handy and took him to custody. Amwai was released on bond. This actually was so sad. Loosing your own baby just because food was not ready on time? On my opinion, it should be highly punishable by the court of law.
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