Relationship may be something good and enjoyable but sometimes it may turn to something else ,where couples may kill each other due to some basic arguments .
Gender based violence has been on recent an issue of major concern and should be condemned hard before its rampant .
Its not the first time a lady ,either in school is murdered or couples who couples who are already married are killed by their husband due to some basic issues of love .
According to Emoo FM ,Kalenjin radio station it has reported ab22 year old KMTC lady in Loitoktok campus who is a student ,named as Miriam chepchirchir has been murdered by her boyfriend known as Samson kipkorir over an argument at Kamukunji estate .
"A 22 year Old KMTC Loitoktok campus student (Miriam chepchirchir ) has been murdered by her boyfriend Samson Kipkotir Over an argument at Kamukunji estate ". Emoo FM says .
The killer is reported to have surrendered to the police after incident and we are yet to get more information .Share widely and comment for more updates.
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