Although men are supposed to be responsible enough to take care of their families and children, it is not always the case as sometimes the tend to ignore their duties.
Angry scene was witnessed from a little known Kilet estate, Kitale town, Transzoia county in the former Western province when a man,32, identified as Samson Wafula was stabbed to death by wife for allegedly using one hundred shillings meant for supper to buy cigarettes and emergency pills for his cheating lover
Defending herself, the outspoken suspect disclosed that she is a house help in the nearby estate and she is greatly hit by economic hardship experienced in the country.
Conferming the incident, the area police boss revealed that the deceased body was collected from the scene by uniformed officers who responded to a phone call from the chief. "The accused is held in cell at Kitale police station waiting to be taken to court once the investigation is concluded." He stated.
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