Sorrowful mood was witnessed from a commonly known Kagio estate, Mwea constituency, Kirinyaga county in the former Central province when a man,26, identified as James Munene stabbed his one year old daughter severally with a knife after bursting wife in bed cheating with a neighbour.
According to Joseph Njeru, a local or rather resident, the gentleman, a night guard in the nearby flower farm arrived home abruptly before the incident.
Defending his decision, the outspoken Munene disclosed that he have been suspecting his sweetheart over infidelity before laying a trap. "I realized the child was not mine, fixed me." He said.
Conferming the incident, the area police boss Mr Ng'eno disclosed the suspect have been arrested by police officer waiting to be taken to court once the investigation is concluded.
This have raised mixed reactions online with most netizens blasting him for taking away life of an innocent soul.
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