It is very sad that a father who is suppose to be protecting his family, becomes the cause of the death of his four children and a wife. Paul Murage, a 35 years old man in Kathanga village in Kirinyaga county is alledged to have killed his five members and reported himself at the police station.
Murage before the court earlier today, December 1. Kathata village in Kabare ward in Kirinyaga East Sub-County woke up to the news of the brutal murder of a woman and her four kids by her husband. The man presented himself to the police after the macabre killing and confessed.
Kenyans yesterday woke up to another shocking news that a man had killed his four children and wife in Kirinyaga County. While the man identified as Paul Murage is already in police custody after he surrendered yesterday, man have been left with questions on why Paul 35 years could commit such a crime.
It was doom and gloom in kerugoya kirinyaga County after a man hacked to death his four Children and wife. 35 year-old Paul Murage reportedly found his wife cooking and killed her using an ax before proceeding to the four children Killing all of them instantly on Monday. After commiting the heineous bact, Paul is said to have surrendered to kirinyaga police station where he is being held.
Twist as Court Postpones Case Of Man Who Slept With His Daughter Before Killing his 5 Family Members
A court has postponed the case of Paul Murage who was arrested after killing his wife along with his wife. According to the reports given by police, it has been revealed that judge ordered the man to be taken back to his cell due to the fact that he had not gotten himself a lawyer at the time of his hearing.
The family of Millicent Muthoni is still mourning the death of their daughter who was killed alongside her four children by her estranged husband last month. Muthoni was butchered after she confronted Paul Murage, who allegedly wanted to defile their 13-year-old daughter. Speaking to a local media, the family of Muthoni accused Murage's family of not apologizing for what their son did.
Domestic violence have been reported in our country. Many innocent children have been killed by their parents after quarreling. These cases have been increasing in the country and many families are mourning their loved ones. These cases of domestic violence and defilement should be condemned. Young innocent girls should be respected by everybody.
The last incident from a man who allegedly murdered his wife alongside four children has now been disclosed by the standard newspaper. The suspected murderer by the name of Paul Murage is accused of allegedly murdering his five family members before walking up to the police station with two packages of bhang.
Paul Murage, the 35-year-old man who killed his lover and four kids on Monday at Kathaka area in Gichugu to be arraigned at Gichugu Law Courts today to answer to murder charges. Gichugu Sub-county police commander Anthony Mbogo told the press that sleuths from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations were still trying to gather more information into the incident, including the murder weapon the accused argued he used.
A judge has ordered the police to keep Paul Murage who is reported to have killed his wife along with their four children in custody for a period of two weeks. Photo:Courtesy In an incident that happened yesterday in the morning, the suspect is reported to have rushed to the police station to report himself after killing his wife and four children under unclear circumstances.
Paul Murage, a man from Kirinyaga who is suspected to have killed his wife along with their three children has pleaded not guilty to the crime. In his own words, the suspect who was presented in court today claimed that he was innocent months after he was arrested after being accused of the same.
Tears as mother and her four children who were brutally murdered are buried in Kirinyaga. The latest development comes barely few days when Paul Murage, the key suspect in the murders in Gichugu, Kirinyaga East Sub-county, was detained for another 40 days at Kerugoya GK Prison.
A Family Laid To Rest;Five family members, a mother and her four children, who were murdered in Gichugu, Kirinyaga county have been laid to rest. A man said to have wiped out his entire family by hacking the wife and four children with an axe at Kathata village, Kirinyaga East Sub-County has been remanded in custody.
Shock and grief has engulfed kathata village in kirinyaga after a 35-year-old man Kills his wife and their four children. This heinous act has left the locals dumfounded and lamenting it in the strongest terms possible. Confirming the incident, the Gichugu Sub-county police commander said Paul Murage killed his wife Millicent, 38, and their four children aged one to thirteen using one axe.
"Hawakupiga Nduru" Tension High As Fresh Details Emerge How Woman Allegedly Killed Husband And 4 Children
A new explanation has now emerged about how the wife of a 35-year-old man who was killed, Paul Murage, repeatedly prophesied about his death to his countrymen. It has now emerged that the wife of the alleged killer, Millicent Muthoni, told her neighbors not to cry when they heard that her husband had killed her.
Kirinyaga County has been thrown into deep mourning after a Man who goes by the name Paul Murage killed his wife and four children in cold blood using an axe before surrendering to the authorities. According to reports by citizen digital, 35 years old Paul Murage attacked his four children and his wife Millicent Muthoni killing them in cold blood using an axe last night, the children are believed to be between 1 to 13 years old.
New information has emerged about how the slain wife of a 35- year- old man, Paul Murage, repeatedly prophesied her death to her villagers. It has now been revealed that the alleged killer' s wife, Millicent Muthoni, had previously advised her neighbors not to grieve if they found out that she had been murdered by her husband.
Nairobi city is about to face an acute water shortage. According to Paul Murage, who serves as the Murang’a County Meteorology director, the Ndakaini dam which is the main source of the water that is used in the city is currently at 69%, a capacity which is too less compared to the number of dependents.
Hundreds of families in Murang'a county have been advised to relocate to safer grounds following possible landslides in some mapped areas by meteorological department in the county. In a recent case, thousands of tea bushes have been swept away following a landslide in Githambo village, Kiharu Constituency. About five families were badly affected. Residents yesterday, Thursday said they heard a loud bang at night,past midnight with trees and tea bushes being swept away by the lands. Last year, two people di