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Woman stabs to death brother in-law for spanking her

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Police in Suna West, Migori County are hunting down a middle-aged woman who stabbed to death his brother in law.

The woman who has not yet been identified is reported to have been angered by her brother in law who spanked her while she peeled potatoes.

Following the Tuesday event, the body of the deceased was moved to Migori Level Four Hospital mortuary.

“Police in Suna West, Migori County hunting a middle-aged woman who stabbed her brother-in-law to death after he spanked her as she peeled cassava yesterday evening. Man died on the spot, body moved to Migori level four hospital mortuary.”Said David Maina

In other news making headlines, a middle-aged woman living in Lain Saba, Kibra was on Wednesday electrocuted to death while taking a shower..

The identified woman is said to have met her death when she was taking a bath at a public toilet within the area.

Police and Kenya Power personnel were called in to disconnect the electric line before removing her body from the scene.

Those who knew the woman say she was a happy person looking forward to celebrate the holidays ahead.

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