It has turned out to be sad morning in Olenguruone, Nakuru County, after a form four student was pronounced dead after suffering knife attack. Moreover, it has been established the victim was nabbed to death by an angry man after finding him having an affair with his wife. According to a post by Emoo Fm's official Facebook account, the man in question took away the life of this young soul for chewing his married woman. This is not the first time that love partners have chosen death as a solution to a breaking relationship.
The area chief informed police officers as soon as this incident was raised and the man has been arrested so that further investigations can be carried out. According to a witness, the apprehended man had suspected that his dear mate had been inviting the said bachelor to their residence for suspicious reasons. Unfortunately, this student became a victim of family wrangles and it is so sad that he ended up bidding a lasting goodbye for interacting with a 35-year-old woman.
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