Woman was on Wednesday nabbed by police for stabbing her spouse to death in a suspected love brawl, Siaya County.
Brief statements by police revealed that Bondo based businesswoman stabbed the deceased while watching television in the sitting room.
Neighbours accounts showed that there was a scuffle inside the house before the young man was found dead.
Her remains were discovered inside the house by his close ally who informed the neighbours and alerted the police.
Police officers who visited the house found the cold body of the deceased with stabbed wounds on his back and neck.
The body of the deceased was transferred to the hospital mortuary for postmortem and preservation.
The killer suspect is currently being detained at the police station pending her arraignment in court.
Police officers have launched investigations into the alleged crime incident.
The latest report comes only two weeks when three suspects were arrested for killing a 34-year-old man.
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