A man by the name George Mwangi Nganga is hospitalised and nursing serious injuries at Thika Level 5 Hospital after he was seriously attacked by his father.
His father 80 years old found him cutting g down his avocado tree which they obtain income from in Kenol, Murang'a county.
The son neglected his father's words not to cut down the tree.
Report from the Directorate of Criminal Investigation says that Mwangi decided to cut down his father's tree without his consent.
When his father complained about it, he disrespected him and uttered words that made his father angry to nearly killing him.
He took a Machete and went after the son hitting him on the left side of his chest saying that he will not be inherited while still alive.
"At this point, the furious octogenarian reached for a machete and went after the son, saying in the local dialect ( I will not be inherited while still alive).” DCI reported.
His mother Cecilia Njeri was present but could not separate them during the scene because they were all angry.
The victim was taken to Thika Level 5Hospital for treatment.
Thorough investigations are underway.
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