Kenyans have been left shocked by the homicide report which claimed that a Kenya Defense Force officer died after being mysteriously bitten by his wife after some family wrangles.
According to sources (the Kenya Police podcast and Tuko News reports) the incident happened at Kahawa Wendani in Nairobi county where a KDF officer identified as Dan was the victim of the mysterious biting that led to his unfortunate death.
The reports state that the alleged wife who did the heinous act is a musician who is famously known as Zianachana Achana.
Neighbors of Zianachana Achana revealed that the Kenya Defense Force officer looked distressed yesterday which was not a usual thing they were used to.
Early this morning, his body was found in the woman's house with multiple serious cuts which are doubted to be from biting.
Police officers who were at the crime scene arrested the woman as they took the officer's body to Kenyatta University Referral Hospital morgue where an autopsy will be carried to determine the cause of death.
Take a look at some photos of the woman who committed the heinous act;
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