Detectives arrested a 32-year-old man for allegedly murdering his girlfriend and attempting to dispose of her corpse. Detectives apprehended Karani, who is said to be from Githurai Kimbo, as he was on his way to dumb the body. His car became trapped in the craziness, which attracted the attention of Kenyans, prompting them to call the cops.
Karani admitted to the detectives after his arrest that he was the one who killed his 25-year-old mother. The deceased's body was hacked up, with her stomach and eyes plugged out, according to those who saw it.
Reports of spouses assassinating their partners have been on the rise in recent days, scaring people who are thinking about starting a relationship. According to psychologists, these murder cases have been linked to stress and depression as a result of the hard times brought about by the coronavirus's effects.
This world is full of surprises, how can a man be such wicked. The man has to be jailed for life. Please share your opinions on this.
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