Few hours ago, a credible source Citizen TV took to their Facebook page to report,
"Nakuru: Man stabs wife to death, attempts suicide by jumping off their 4th floor balcony."
According to Citizen TV, a middle-aged man from Nakuru allegedly killed his wife at Afraha apartments before attempting to kill himself.
When Citizen TV shared the news on their Facebook page, Kenyans reacted on their comment section and below is what some of them said,
@Marion Chepngeno, "Unyama huu aki, Why kill someone now???ukiona umeshindwa na maisha,tembeza miguu.hii dunia ni kubwa.alah!!!!"
@Nannis Muga, "No action taken against these murderers. People are busy investing in onshore accounts, women are getting killed by these lunatics leaving the children miserable and unattended to. We need to set laws clear. Bang is a drug legalized among others"
@Githuku Kinyanjui, "Marriage institution is facing a lot of challenges..may God restore families and help partners find legitimate and peaceful ways to resolve disputes.God have mercy on us"
@Lizzy Tinga, "Tough times in Kenya are making people to do such horrific things.
Serikali saidia 😢😢😢"
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