A First Year Student At Sang’alo Institute of
Science and Technology, Recognise As Simon Wamalwa Stabbed his Girlfriend Mildred Wanyonyi To death During a Quarrel.
The police in Bungoma, Kenya are currently investigating the incident, as according to
witnesses, the couple were living together in the
same room, in a hostel outside of their campus.
They gained admission into the institution eary
A student of the school, identified as Sylvia Udoto, said that the boyfriend, had accused his girlfriend, Mildred of having a “sugar daddy” who was spoiling her with cash gifts.
“Wamalwa had claimed that his girlfriend had
acquired a ‘sponsor’ who was pampering her with gifts. The girlfriend denied and a quarrel
ensued and he stabbed her several times,” she
Wanyonyi is later said to have turned the knife on himself in an attempt to commit suicide but was rushed by his colleagues to hospital. Another student, Sylvester Odhiambo, said they
heard a commotion in one of the rooms followed
by screams and rushed to the scene.
Odhiambo said on arriving at the scene, they
found that Wanyonyi had stabbed his girlfriend
and was lying in a pool of blood.
“We heard noises coming from one of the rental houses that hosts students and when we got there we saw that the girls had been stabbed
severally and was lying unconscious,” he said.Wamalwa is currently receiving treatment at the
Bungoma County Referral Hospital while the body
has been taken to the hospital’s mortuary.
Confirming the incident, Bungoma South OCPD,
David Kirui, said investigations were ongoing and
the suspect will be arraigned in court soon. Kirui said the officers were informed of the 4pm
incident and were called in to handle the situation.
He said Mildred was found lying unconscious on
the bed while the suspect was lying on the floor. “We received a report on the incident in
Sang’alo and police were called in and found the suspect lying on the floor in a pool of blood while Mildred was on the bed. They were both rushed to Bungoma County Referal Hospital where Mildred was pronounced dead on arrival,” he said.
Source: Standard Digital/NTV Kenya