Detectives have arrested a man over allegations of killing his beloved girlfriend in Kerugoya Kirinyanga county last evening,sleuths who were notified of the incident where a man identified as Kennedy Nyamu was accused of stabbing Edith on the back of her neck killing the poor girl instantly,detectives disclosed that they were informed of the attack by a senior medic in Kerugoya referral hospital.
Mr Norman Gitari called detectives based in Kerugoya and told them of a middle aged lady who has been brought by stranger after an altercation with his boyfriend,together with the good Samaritan he was brought in hospital with deep cuts in his neck,detectives started their investigations and immediately pounced on the deceased boyfriend who led them to his crime scene in Kianjege where they had spent their night.
Sleuths are currently looking for more evidence which will help them in prosecution as they continue to detain the man who is responsible for brutally murdering his girlfriend.
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