Man surrenders to the police after killing his wife

by Lawyer Wanz

A Machakos man suspected of murdering his wife by stabbing her six times after discovering her with another man in their home has turned himself into Athi River investigators.

Andrew Mutiso Musau, 28, who disappeared after the October 21 incident showed up at Athi River were privy to the heated scuffle that ensued between Mutiso and his wife on Thursday night when he found another man assuming his roles in their institution of marriage, alerted the police of the body,” DCI said.

Shocked by the horrifying scene, neighbors who were privy to the heated scuffle that ensued between Mutiso and his wife on Thursday night when he found another man assuming his roles in their institution of marriage immediately, alerted the police.

Crime scene detectives from Kitengela processed the scene before the body was moved to a local hospital morgue for autopsy.

The police have since launched investigations as the suspect is being processed for arraignment over murder charges tomorrow.

In other news, A 27-year-old IT intern surrendered to police in Loitoktok, Kajiado county, after he allegedly stabbed his medical student girlfriend to death.

Samson Kemoi walked to the local police station and reported he had visited his 22-year old girlfriend Miriam Chepchirchir. She is a student at the local Kenya Medical Training College.

A quarrel and physical fight broke out on Saturday morning.

Kemoi said he stabbed Chepchirchir and left her for dead. Police accompanied him to the scene at Kamkunji estate found the body on the floor; it had multiple chest wounds.

Police said they recovered the apparent murder weapon from the scene. They said the house showed signs of struggle. The body was taken to the local mortuary for a postmortem exam.

Kemoi was detained and investigations were underway. Police said they are yet to establish the motive of the but said it could involve a love triangle.

Meanwhile, police in Bomet said they detained a man who allegedly killed his neighbor on Saturday over a Sh400 debt.

Evans Mutai, who owns a shop at the Sibaiyan location, was arrested after he allegedly stabbed Festus Keter, 35, in the chest and carried on with his business.

Police said the two men argued a Sh400 debt owed the shopkeeper. Keter was stabbed in the chest and left for dead. A villager who stumbled on the body informed detectives at Chesoen police station.

The officers rushed 10km to the scene, conducted preliminary investigations and arrested the trader. They said a blood-stained knife was recovered. Police said Mutai would be arraigned on a murder charge.


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