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Man Kills His Lover after Pushing her into waterfall while she was taking a selfie.

Cases of couples going off the rails and committing suicides have been rampant in Kenya over the years. Statistics show that this violent acts are linked to unaddressed mental and psychological issues.

Many people are currently battling with mental issues, that is why there are many attempts of trying to kill others and also trying to commit suicide.

A man in Nakuru is facing murder charges for allegedly causing death of his lover.

The suspect has been accused of killing his lover, a former Rift Valley Institute of Science and Technology lecturer.

Godfrey Kangogo is accused of killing Irene Jepchumba on July 6, 2018 at Choka Falls in Molo River within Nakuru County.

It is alleged that Kangogo pushed Jepchumba who was taking a selfie, into the falls, an allegation he has vehemently denied.

Picture Courtesy : The late Irene Jepchumba.

Earlier on, Kangogo had sent threatening messages to Jepchumba before she died at the waterfall.

An eye witness revealed that he saw the two hold hands, walk close to each other while carrying drinks when hiking.

30 minutes later, he heard screams and went and saw Kangogo in the river, screaming for help, suggesting his partner had drowned.

An autospy carried out at Rift Valley General Hospital, revealed that Jepchumba died of strangulation.

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