Drama ensued in Nakuru, ending in the death of a 34-year-old man who was stabbed by a husband of a woman he was spending a night with at the couple’s house.
Boniface Njagi Maina was stabbed several times by Micah Nyaberi Bogomba who was agitated after finding the late with his wife at their matrimonial home around 3:00am apparently enjoying a good time.
A report by DCI indicates that Bugomba returned home on the fateful day without notifying his wife Harriet Vivian Mboga and caught them in the couple’s matrimonial home having a good time at 3am during curfew hours.
An angry Bugomba took matters into his own hands with a confrontation ensuing with the angry husband demanding an explanation.
The DCI shared the update on social media, giving a blow-by-blow account on how it went down, leading to the death of the man who was apparently enjoying a good time with another man’s wife.
“The furious Nyaberi, 39, then demanded an explanation as to what business Boniface Njagi Maina had with his wife Harriet Vivian Mboga, before landing on him with blows and kicks.
“Subdued and seeking to escape with his life, Njagi is reported to have pleaded with Nyaberi to let him have his shoes and leave, but the pleas were met with a stab on his back slightly below the scapula,” DCI report reads.
Maina succumbed to injuries sustained while the couple lived to try and sort out their differences.
Police officers from Kagoto Patrol Base arrived at the scene and found Maina’s lifeless body lying by the gate in a pool of blood.
“In the suspect’s house, police also found spattered blood on the walls and house items, which has since been documented by crime scene detectives,” the DCI report adds.
Bogomba and his wife were arrested and handed over to DCI Nakuru North for further legal processing.
The body of the deceased was moved to the morgue with police launching investigations into the matter.
Cases of jilted lovers and love-gone sour have been hitting headlines lately with experts warning that mental health concerns is a matter that should be taken seriously.