According to Police reports she recorded to the police after confessing, Nancy Jebet, 33, noted that she killed her spouse, since she was unable to contend his assaults.
The couple had been staying together for almost 15 years now and had been blessed with five kids.
The suspect, a businesswoman, and the deceased Kipteto was unemployed. She disclosed a lot of his time taking chang'aa.
She added their living standards was pathetic and often take their kids to their grandma.
On Saturday evening, the deceased returned home fully drunk and fell on the bed.
Marigat sub-county police commander David Too noted it was during this time that the businesswoman picked a stone and battered the man on his head.
“It is very sad that the duo were involved in a fist fight at their compound. The area is rocky and the businesswoman picked a stone and battered her spouse,” Too said.
Police are soon revealing the root cause of the squabble.
It was the deceased's brother, Augustine Koech, who filed the report to the police after his brother lost his life.
Koech added that the businesswoman and Kipteto fought in their marriage for so long time.
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