A woman wound two Men and kill one man, suck their blood in Kamae, Kahawa west

Kamae village drama
 

An energetic woman from Kamae in Kahawa West, Kiambu County was on Wednesday, March 24, detained after wounding three men in horrifying situations.

One of the men died as the other two were severely injured.

It still not clear whether the deceased was the suspect’s boyfriend or one of two men, who had come to break up a fight between the fighting couple.


While in a bush, a fight followed between the suspect, who was armed with a kitchen knife, and her lover.


Two men, who were passing by, went to separate the fight. The woman, however, turned on them and stabbed them leaving them oblivious.


The men, who were reportedly drunk, sustained stab wounds to the neck, chest and different parts of their bodies. After suppressing the pair, the suspect stabbed her boyfriend too.


Other people who were passing on foot found the woman sucking the trio’s blood from open wounds, police said.

The mob began stoning the woman at the scene, but before they could kill her, police came and rescued the suspect.


One of the stabbed died at the scene. Police are yet to determine whether it is the woman’s boyfriend, or one of the intermediate pair, who died to his stab injuries.


Kamae Village chairperson, James Kiiru Ng’ang’a, termed the woman’s efforts as “shocking and strange”.


“She had very long nails, which she used to tear into the already open wounds to trigger more bleeding. She, thereafter, sucked the blood from each of the three men, who were lying unconscious on the ground,” said Ng’ang’a.


Catherine Nkatha, a Kamae resident who testified the bloody occurrence, said the attack survivors were hurried to the hospital by police.


The two men Kenyatta University Teaching, Referral & Research Hospital, whereas the victim, who died following the attack, was taken to Chiromo mortuary.


The suspect was detained at Kasarani Police Station pending more investigations.

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