A Form Four student was on Monday killed after he was reportedly found in bed with a 35-year-old married woman.
The Kapsumbeiywo Secondary School student is reported to have been stabbed severally by the woman’s husband, after he found them together in their matrimonial bed.
Kuresoi police boss Peter Obonyo confirmed the incident, adding that the student succumbed to the injuries while he was receiving treatment at Nakuru Level Five Hospital.
The husband identified as Japheth Bii fled the scene after committing the heinous act.
A manhunt has been launched, with the police promising to do everything within their capability to ensure justice is served.
The Kuresoi murder incident comes barely a week after detectives from the DCI nabbed the main suspect behind the defilement and murder of Ruth Wanjiku Kimani; a 4-year-old baby in Kirinyaga two weeks ago.
According to the DCI, 27-year-old Gabriel Muchira Muriithi was flushed out of his hideout after an operation by detectives from the agency in collaboration with their Crime Research and Intelligence Bureau (CRIB) counterparts.
While revisiting the gruesome murder of the baby, DCI noted that her body was found dumped along the banks of a local river, with medical examination reports indicating that she was defiled.
“On 11th August, 2021, at around 4pm, the lifeless body of baby Ruth Wanjiku Kimani, a play school pupil at Mugumo Primary School was discovered along the banks of River Karani, 200 metres from her school
“Examination of the baby’s body by DCI’s Crime Scene detectives established that the innocent girl had been defiled before being murdered, a fact that was corroborated by an autopsy report conducted after her murder most foul,” DCI said.