Homicides cases in Kenya have continued to increase in Kenya with new cases being reoprted on daily cases.Woman are the most victims of gender based violence with most of being subject to rape and murder cases.
The latest case to be reported is of kakamega man aged 46 in Madala village shinyaru district.The said man killed his wife after family wrangles and has been staying with the body for over a week. Suspicion rose after neighbours noticed the missing wife. The police where alerted and on coming to the scene they met a delaying body of the wife. The man was arrested with investigations on going.
The area police boss when addressing the residents said family wrangles should be solved amicably citing violence is not a solutions.The increased gender based violence has raised many questions among netizens.Depression has been termed as a key course with Kenyans being advised to speak out in case of problems.Different NGOs have started campaign against the violence urging Kenyans to embrace peace
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