Couples have persisted to break up because of little misunderstanding that can be resolved amicably. Sadly, some of these disparities have resulted in the loss of life. In some situations, innocent kids have become embroiled in these conflicts.
At the Kobodo center in Ndhiwa, Homabay county, there were dramatic scenes. William Onyango's investigations led him to the center to hunt for his wife, who had been missing for three days, he was once taken aback.
He had a feeling that a young guy who used to be his brother's kid was making unwanted advances toward his wife. He walked into the store where his spouse was with the young guy as soon as he landed in the center. The man leapt on the boy out of rage, but was once overwhelmed through the boy, who severely beaten him before fleeing via the back door.
The lady became enraged and organized a frying stick and a knife in case her husband attacked her.
People cheered as the two struggled outdoor near to the roadway for around 4 minutes before the bodaboda operators eliminated them after seeing the lady had a knife in her right hand, ready to attack.
While the male went to the Kobodo police station to report the event, the lady was once left unconscious on the ground.
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