A 22-years-old KMTC Loitoktok campus student (Miriam Chepchirchir) has been murdered by her boyfriend Samson Kipkorir over an argument at Kamukunji estate.
According to news reports, the killer surrendered to the police after the shocking morning incident.
It is yet to be established what led to the bizarre murder or what triggered the deadl argument.
This worrying incident comes barely days after a famous kenyan athlete Agnes Tirop was killed under similar circumstances.
Recently cases of domestic violence seems to be on the rise with a majority of deaths witnessed during deadly altercations and fights.
Today as Agnes Tirop is being laid to rest many would have hoped that the incidents of gender based violence would go down.
James... what is going wrong nowdays pysychologists and guidance and councelling team have slept on their job?
Yegon... There must be a necessary steps to end such incidents in our colleges by enacting a law through parliament to save our young boys and girls
Langat... Is killing the solution??? Men there must be something wrong with you,,TIROP tunamzika na ndio mirriam anauliwa,,, Mungu saidia Hawa men for they don't know what they are doing,,, people don't follow Ten commandments,, do not commit murder..
Mike... What good now our beloven station,,we need guidance and counselor so goes this station have a chance to great it for young people I just kneel DOWN and beg we move around guidaning and counseling,,, hope this my opinion would be heard,, otherwise Rest in peace
Kipyegon... Kotab legetyio please please kaigai,, its better to walk out of a relationship than forcing things you seeing its not working...22yrs life lost...!! May her soul rest in peace. Pole kwa familia,, investing on someone's education then life is cut short through a love triangle.... Ngwan nea
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