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5th Year Machakos University Student Stabs 1st Year Lover to Death

5th Year Machakos University Student Stabs 1st Year Lover to Death

A freshman attending Machakos University tragically died on Tuesday morning when her boyfriend fatally stabbed her after a heated disagreement.

The individual, identified as a fifth-year student at the institution, reportedly stabbed their partner in the torso close to the neck. This resulted in severe blood loss, ultimately leading to the victim’s demise.

Reports suggest that the couple resided in Machakos Town, where they had been living together for an extended period.

The police report stated that the deceased’s body was transported to the Mortuary at Machakos General Hospital while inquiries commenced.

The individual was captured and held at the police station, and it’s anticipated that their testimony about what happened will significantly assist in uncovering the details surrounding the regrettable loss of life.

Likewise, an acquaintance of the primary suspect discovered at the location was also detained to assist with inquiries.

According to reports, the suspect refuted allegations of murdering his girlfriend, claiming instead that he discovered her bound with stab wounds.

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The occurrence is one of numerous horrifying killings documented in universities that are directly associated with romantic relationships.

Students are encouraged to actively pursue counseling and guidance to prevent avoidable incidents of suicide and homicide.

In November, a freshman attending Kisii National Polytechnic lost her life at the hands of her boyfriend, purportedly due to suspicions of infidelity.

Her friends found her deceased in her home during a visit, and upon the discovery, her body exhibited stab wounds on the chest.

Subsequently, an enraged crowd chased the suspect and assaulted him using stones and makeshift weapons until law enforcement rescued him.

Counselors, medics, and psychologists advise that you can always reach out for help when experiencing any mental health issues. Call the Kenya Red Cross toll-free hotline, 1199, for support.

Entrance to the Kisii National Polytechnic in Kisii County

5th Year Machakos University Student Stabs 1st Year Lover to Death

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