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You Can’t Kill Innocent Children And Be Freed: Another ‘Stubborn’ Murderer Lands In Serious Trouble

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The rate at which murder cases have been recorded around the world have undoubtedly raised lots of concerns amongst individuals as a similar heartbreaking news that has sparked massive stir, debates and arguments across all social media platforms is the gruesome murder of innocent children by their biological father.

The unexpected incident happened when the prime suspect, Paul Njuki complained about the amount of pepper in his food as the heated arguments led to the slaughter of his entire family.

Upon further investigations, it was identified that the prime suspect, Paul hit his victims with a blunt object before gruesomely murdering them.

Surprisingly, the prime suspect, Paul took the privilege to surrender himself to the Kianyaga police station in Kenya after committing such a hideous crime to his own family aside demanding to be arrested and locked up for 6 months on the charge of selling leaves of marijuana plant.

According to recent reports by the police, the prime suspect, Paul Njuki has finally been brought to justice for killing his own wife and four children in cold blood with an axe aside defining his older daughter.

The five victims who lost their respective lives were Millicent Muthoni, 38 years, Nelly Wawira, 13 years, Gifton Bondi, 7 years, Sheromit Wambui, 5 years and Clifton Njuk who was only one-year old.

Below is a look at the photos of the victims who lost their respective lives in the alarming gruesome murder case.

May their souls rest in perfect peace.

What do you think skill be the final judgement for the prime suspect, Paul who slaughtered his entire family over the amount of pepper in his food even though most individuals claim otherwise?

Let’s know your thoughts in the comment section below.

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Kianyaga Paul Njuki


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