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Man Nearly Kills Wife for Interrupting His Twa Twa session With ‘Mpango wa Kando’

by Paul Nyongesa
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The real-life drama that unfolded in Mathare, Kenya, sounds like a scene out of a movie, but for Aida Nekesa, it was a terrifying reality.

Her life took a harrowing turn on December 25, 2022, when she discovered her husband, Peter Wakube, in a compromising situation with his secret lover, known as his “mpango wa kando.”

Nekesa, a hardworking house help, had returned home around 2 pm that fateful day, only to be confronted with a devastating sight. Her husband, Wakube, was entangled with another woman right in their marital bed. The shock and heartbreak she must have felt can hardly be put into words.

Desperate to confront her unfaithful husband, Nekesa attempted to knock on the door, but Wakube callously refused to let her in.

Despite the emotional turmoil brewing inside her, she persisted and managed to enter the house. The scene before her eyes was painful and humiliating – her husband indulging in intimate moments with his lover.

Instead of remorse or guilt, Wakube responded to Nekesa’s presence with violence. He unleashed a brutal attack on his wife, delivering vicious kicks and blows.

Nekesa’s face and abdomen bore the brunt of the assault, leaving her with painful injuries.

Neighbors, hearing the commotion, rushed to her aid and bravely intervened. They escorted Nekesa to the Mathare police station and then to the hospital for medical attention.

The physical wounds she suffered were painful reminders of the emotional scars left by her husband’s betrayal.

As if the beating was not enough, further evidence of Wakube’s anger and disrespect for his wife was discovered. Pieces of a torn photograph of Nekesa, presumably ripped during his fit of rage, were found, adding another layer of cruelty to the ordeal.

Wakube was subsequently arrested and faced charges in the Makadara Law Courts. In a surprising twist, he pleaded guilty and expressed remorse for his actions. However, no amount of remorse could undo the pain and trauma inflicted upon Nekesa.

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