Kenyan woman stabs boyfriend 21 times after seeing rival's message on his phone

A jealous Kenyan woman has been arrested and charged for manslaughter after she stabbed her boyfriend to death because she found a love message on his phone.

Ruth Kamanda and the late Farid Mohammed

The pretty Kenya woman, Wanjiru Kamanda, has been arrested and charged with murder after she allegedly stabbed her boyfriend, Farid Mohammed, to death because she found a love message from another woman on his cell phone.


Kamanda, 21, allegedly stabbed the 24-year-old Mohammed 21 times on the chest, stomach, neck, back and face and he later died after he was rushed to a hospital from his wounds.

She also sustained some stab wounds and was treated before before being taken into custody.

The cause of the quarrel, according to reports, was when Kamanda saw the love messages from another woman and confronted her boyfriend who denied having anything to do with the person who sent the message but she was not satisfied with his answer.


An argument ensued between them and she picked up a kitchen knife and stabbed him repeatedly.

On September 10, another Kenyan woman, Valentina Mugere, was arrested by the police in the Njong Division for allegedly stabbing her lover to death after he hugged her friend passionately.

In the same outpour of deadly jealousy, a 24-year-old Nigerian lady, Blessing Edet, was arrested on August 18, for stabbing her fiancé, Edet Ebong, to death during a quarrel when she denied him sex.



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