Murder cases have increased in our country, where love affairs have been one of the major causes of all this. According to the latest news by TV47, Evans Karani, aged 38 years killed Catherine Nyokabi at Juja sub-county, where he tried to escape but all was in vain as his car got stuck in the mud. DCI detectives have arrested him in Githurai, where he confessed that he was the one who committed this inhumane act.
According to Richard Mwaura, this merciless man left the car the moment it got stuck, where his lover's body was found inside with some bruises on her head, and it was revealed that she was burnt using corrosive chemical. Residents in that area saw the car, and after discovering the body they raised an alarm to the police where they managed to track the car owner from the NTSA database, and afterward arrested him where he is not detained awaiting judgment.
He had secretly married Catherine, where he said that their relationship had a lot of challenges which gave the two of them a hard time. He is being held at Juja police station as further investigation is being carried out to know what exactly might have caused all this. Love is a journey full of ups and downs, bitter and sweet moments, but tolerance and patience are the major solutions in life. What's your opinion on this? Kindly share your comments with us.
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