Cases of men for a woman has recently spiked steadily and ends up in utmost death whenever such occurs. Many people have lost their loved ones while many children have been orphans in the process as a result of reckless decisions both those involved.
The latest incident occurred in Naivasha where a teen fought with a 32 year old man over a woman. The suspect has since been arrested and in police custody. It is reported that the incident took place at the deceased home when the suspect is allegedly accused of killing the man.
The reports co confirms that the man who was staying with his woman suspected that the boy was playing with his wife and that he should take immediate action.
The boy came into the house of the man(deceased) after the later promised him a job but was having plans to meet him. This ended in tears as the man lost his dear life. The deceased was identified as Denis Kioko .
An elder in the area lamented the rises cases of deaths caused the love triangle and hesitated immediate counselling of people. He says that at least 5 people have died over the same in the last one year.
The deceased body was taken to Naivasha Sub county Referral hospital Morgue.
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