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Nanyuki man beheads father before parading his head

A 29-year old from Nanyuki County has been arrested for brutally killing his 59-year old father over domestic issues.

Dennis Mwangi is said to have beheaded his father Peter Ndegwa before parading his head in a bucket in Nayuki County.

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Laikipia East police have not yet established the motive behind the brutal murder even though investigations have been launched.

At the time of the murder, the victim is said to have been ailing for some time.

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Mr. Peter Ndegwa’s body has since been moved to Nanyuki County Referral Hospital as Dennis is set to be arraigned in court.

Russian sisters kill abusive dad.

Three sisters in Russia were last week arraigned in court for killing their abusive father who also forced them to perform sexual acts on him.

It is said that their dad was abusive even though they had reported the incident severally but nothing changed.

Also read: Protest in Russia as sisters who killed abusive father face jail term

It is reported that the three who were aged 17,18 and 19 years respectively reported the matter to the police saying they believed their lives would be in danger if they nothing.

The youngest of the sisters is could face 10 years behind bars as she was below 18-years at that time.

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Women’s rights groups protested the sentencing of the sisters saying most of the gender-based violence cases go unnoticed in Russia.

Slavian Mwangecho
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