Unbelievable as it may seem, a 35-year-old man killed his side chick and then himself in the community of Makueni, Ivinga Nzia, in what appears to have been a love triangle. Man killed side chick when the relationship was endangered.
Alex Muendo, the sub-chief of Ivinga Nzia, confirmed the occurrence, saying that the two lovers had been living together but that a misunderstanding had led to Mutheu's threat to break their relationship. The sub-chief claimed that Musyoka became upset because Mutheu, a catechist at Ivinga Nzia Catholic church, had begun an affair with another man.
Both remains were transferred to the Makueni referral hospital Mortuary; the woman, whose husband had died ten years prior, was found in a pool of blood with deep panga wounds on their head, and the police recovered a blood-stained panga and knife near the scene.
Meanwhile, Harrison Mutisya, a wanted man suspected of murdering her partner Faith Mueni, is currently resting comfortably in a police cell.
Mueni, a 35-year-old auditor for the Kenya Railways who died on March 26, 2022, was involved in a romantic triangle. Mutisya allegedly snooped on her phone multiple times out of concern that she was cheating on him.
After hiding in a Machakos hotel for over a month, he was finally apprehended on murder charges.
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