Student hacked to death after he was caught doing this;
It is a sad reality how cases of infidelity related deaths have risen in our society. Our youth have not been spared with some cases involving students.
Even before the dust settles on an incident in nakuru where a man hacked another to death after he (suspect) caught him(deceased) "relaxing" with his wife in their matrimonial home after the husband came back home unexpectedly .Both the suspect and his wife were arrested and are helping police with investigations.
A secondary school student in kuresoi South has been reportedly hacked to death by a 35 year old man. The man who is the husband to the lady the student was making love to attacked the school boy and inflicted him with fatal stab wounds. The victim later succumbed to the injuries at nakuru level five hospital. Police are looking for the suspect who escaped after the incident.
Below are reactions by twitter users to a
post by citizen digital ,
Couples have been urged to stick to their spouses and to avoid extra marital relationships in order to avoid such incidents.
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