Wonders in this world will never come to an end as long as couples and love partners will continue cheating. A disbelief shocking drama has strand the people of Nziu area, Miambani Location in Makueni county after a man stubs his 28-year old wife seven times with a knife.
The incident happened today very early in the morning when the wife called the police for help after his husband evaded the house.
Meanwhile, the two have been renting their house in Nziu general hospital where the wife works as a nurse. The victim is hospitalized in the same hospital where she is receiving her medication.
Following the reports from ''Musyi Fm,'' Kamba local radio station the wife was stubbed by her lovely husband after family quarrels following the cheating and family affair scandals.
According to the police report from Kitui station the man is under arrest and he is going to be detained in the police station as they wait to do further investigation following the shocking incident.
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