Lady Slaughters Her Mpango Wa Kando After Refusing to Officially Introduce Her as His Wife
By lemmymbelle | self meida writer
Published 11 days ago - 10950 views
Photo Courtesy. The image is taken from a previous incident.
Incidents of fights among lovers have been on the rise in recent months with several lovers reported having been involved in the death of their loved ones. Famously known as Crimes of passion, many people have ended up in jail for failing to control their feelings.
Earlier today a woman in Baringo was arrested after he Slaughtered his lover who was married to another woman. According to a witness who spoke to this opera news journalist, the two had been arguing over relationship issues.
According to the witness, the lady wanted the man to officially introduce her as his other wife something which he was against. The lady reportedly picked a panga and Slaughtered him on the neck with the victim dying on the spot.
The lady has since been identified as one Mrs. Chemeli and has since been arrested and is awaiting to be charged in Baringo law courts. The incident happened in Kipsaraman at Kaparkebo Village.
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