Angry residents of Irate village in Bomet county stormed the homestead of Nickson Sang,who is suspected to have murdered his wife and dragged her to near her family member's compound.
According to village elder,the angry mob demanded to be given the suspect on their hands to show him what they termed as discipline.But unfortunately,due to presence of security officers,the angry mob was dispersed and the suspect,who was also lying unconcious after attempting suicide using poison,was rushed to Longisa county referral hospital for treatment.
According to Bomet East subcounty police commander,Francis Gikeri,the two have been living in family wrangles over a loan borrowed from Mulot trading centre. Adding that,that could have caused the murder of the 25-year old lady by the suspect.
The body of the deceased is at Longisa hospital mortuary ,waiting for autopsy to ascertain the real cause of the death.The lady's family members and the angry mob have however,vowed to fight for justice of their loved one.
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