Police in Kiambu County have arrested a 44-year-old man,Franklin Munyao, accused of killing his girlfriend last Sunday, April 18. The man who is a waiter by profession, is accused of strangling his 40-year-old lover in Kambi Moto Village in Ruiru. (Standard)
According to the Standard Newspaper the foul smell coming out of the man's house alarmed the neighbors who reported to the police. Police found the body of the woman which was already decomposing. The man went on with his daily businesses as usual even after killing his girlfriend. This has shocked the neighbors even more.
The girl is said to have been visiting the man about three to four times a month. Marks on her body show that she was strangled to death.
Cases of gender based violence have been on rise in the recent past. The news have been awash with men and women killing their spouses or lovers.
What do you think is the cause of these cases gender based violence. Kindly comment and share.
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