Death Over Love. Man Stabbed To Death At A House Party

Death Over Love. Man Stabbed To Death At A House Party
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Man,24, stabbed to death after row with lover at house party in Embakasi

Detectives from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) are investigating the murder of Henry Mburu, 24, who was reportedly stabbed to death during a house party in Embakasi on Wednesday evening.

According to a police report seen by Citizen Digital, on a fateful day, Mburu went to visit his estranged girlfriend Caroline Mutinda, but found her holding a party at her house in the company of two men.

During the incident that happened on the fourth floor of the Charles Mberia Flats, Mburu who- according to witness accounts appeared enraged- demanded to know what the two men were doing in his woman’s house.

In an argument that soon escalated, detectives say that Mburu was stabbed in the neck, although it remains unclear who among the three in the house at the time stabbed him.

Death Over Love. Man Stabbed To Death At A House Party

Preliminary investigations showed that Mburu- with blood gushing out of his neck- crept down the flight of stairs in what was interpreted as his final desperate search for help.

According to the report, he collapsed at the gate of the flat where he bled out to his death.

Pauline Naliaka who lives in the same flat reported hearing a commotion upstairs and upon venturing out, heard that someone had been killed.

 “Upon moving closer, I found out that it was Henry Mburu Njeri” Naliaka told detectives.

Meanwhile, Ms. Mutinda and her two guests- William Nderitu and Eshikimu- have been placed under lawful custody as the probe continues.

At the same time, detectives have documented the crime scene as they search for the murder weapon continues.,

Felicity Gitonga
Felicity Gitonga is the founder of Africa Business News. abn, freelance writer, journalist, and author with a passion for telling stories.

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