Sombrero mood today engulfed Kenya Power scheme estate, Kakamega county after a 40 years old man committed suicide after being reported to a police station for sleeping with his class 6 daughter. According to the report shared by the police, Moses Kariuki allegedly committed suicide after his wife reported him to a police statation for allegedly abusing the rights of his class six daughter.
According to the report shared, their daughter refused to go back home and pleaded with their teacher to allow her to stay with him. It forced the teacher to conduct research why she decided to go back home.
Their teacher realized that she was being abused by his father a move that prompted the teacher to call her mother for assistance.
However, her husband pleaded with the wife to return home so that they can discuss on the matter. Despite returning home, things went wrong forcing the woman to report the matter despite several request from her husband.
Upon returning home, the wife found the door locked and all windows too. This forced them to break the window only to find the body of the deceased hanging on a roof.
According to the statement from t8he locals they wondered why he did such an act as they stated that the deceased has been a good man and even played fee for some of the students.
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