Drama After A Man Stabs His Girlfriend To Death After She Failed To Prepare His Favorite Meal
By Bettyb | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 2 views
Drama was witnessed in Lari, Kiambu County after a middle-aged-man stabbed his girlfriend for allegedly not preparing his favorite meal an incident that has left kiambu residents in shock.
According to sources, the alleged suspect went home drunk and had an altercation with his girlfriend when he asked to be served supper but things turned worse when the suspect got angry and he stabbed his girlfriend with a kitchen knife to death.
The residents rushed into the house of the couple when they heard the deceased screaming but it was already late since the lady lost her life at the spot and the suspect was nowhere to be found.
The police officers were alarted and they immediately arrived at the scene where the police boss condemned the action and urged married couple to be solving their problems by visiting counseling institutions.
The body of the deceased was taken to a local hospital morgue as investigations into the incident continues. The police officers have already launched manhunt where they also asked the residents to report to the police station if they come across the suspect.
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