A 44-year-old man murdered his two children at Bochura Village in Kisii county on Saturday morning and then committed suicide.
Daniel Mosota stabbed his two children aged 5 and 7 using a panga.
The incident confirmed by Area cheif Lawrence Omari, said mooha’s inhumane act was triggered by a quarrel with his wife Naomi Nyaboke.
The incident confirmed by Area cheif Lawrence Omari, said mosota’s inhumane act was triggered by a quarrel with his wife Naomi Nyaboke, with the cause of the quarrel still remained unclear.
According to the cheif, his wife managed to escape after the deadly attack.
He advised couples to learn how to say sorry instead of resorting to killings. He said the only secret for survival of any marriage or relationship, is when your wife is high you go low and vice versa.
Police officers from the Nyanchwa police station visited the crime scene and removed the bodies of the three to the Kisii County referral hospital.
Cases of couples turning against one another in acts of violence that turn tragic have been rampant lately, with incident reported every months.
Recently in mbooni East, a man hacked his wife to death over a land dispute. He was lynched by irate villagers.
Several Kilometres away that day, a GSU officers shot his wife seven times before turning the gun on himself after a quarrel.
In his ninth address on the Covid-19 pandemic, President Uhuru Kenyatta raised concerns with the increasing tensions within homes.
The president ordered the Crime Research Centre to probe the escalating cases of gender-based violence and violations of children rights.