Kenyans were left shocked by the reports of a 35 years old Kirinyaga man who butchered his whole family after the wife refused to add onion into his food.
According to Daily Nation news reports, Paul Murange Njuki turned up against his whole family and brutally butchered them using an axe, later on went to the police station where he confessed to have committed the heinous act.
Daily Nation have shared a photo of the 35 years old man who looks like a simple hardworking man who loves his family, but in reality he is a monster who murdered his whole family due to some peculiar reason.
"He hit them with a blunt object before cutting them. He led us to where he said he hid the axe but we did not find it because of the heavy rains. We are still doing more investigations.
The bodies will be taken to the county referral mortuary. Because of rain all our vehicles are stuck but we are looking for ways to ensure the bodies are moved from the crime incident." Kirinyaga police boss confirmed this incident.
This is his photo:
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