A 19-year-old University of Nairobi understudy has been captured by Police in Nairobi for purportedly killing her sweetheart and father of her unborn youngster on Tuesday, March 15, after a residential fight at their home in Kangemi.
Kelvin Mugalla Ikatwa, 25, a Bachelor of Arts understudy at the University of Nairobi and midfielder for the National Super League side, Wazito FC who was affectionately known as Razor, was purportedly wounded to death by Sheila Atemi with a kitchen blade after they had a contradiction over a Facebook post .
As indicated by Nairobi News, it is accepted the disagreement was over a photograph of another female posted by the perished on his Facebook page.
As indicated by Nairobi County Police Commander Japheth Koome, who affirmed the episode, “When the Police showed up, they found the man effectively dead and the lady was sitting close to the body of the perished. He had been wounded in the neck and the blade was additionally found at the scene.
The body was saved at the Chiromo Mortuary anticipating pot-mortem as the police direct examinations. Koome said the suspect was expected to be summoned in court and will be accused of homicide.
“The young lady has been captured and is in authority. She will go to court for an inappropriate she has submitted,” Koome said.
She was summoned under the steady gaze of a Kibera court on Wednesday. The police requested that the court give them more opportunity to finish examinations. They likewise advised the court they plan to take her for mental assessment.
In a press articulation, the University of Nairobi’s Wazito Football Club, grieved him as a cleaned midfielder who was restrained and submitted player since joining the group from Tena FC in 2012.
“Kelvin held Wazito in his heart and gave his everything for the advancement of the club and his expert development,” the club included.
Lead trainer Francis Xavier, depicted Mugalla as a quality and expert footballer who had the stuff to play for the national group
This is an enormous misfortune. We are relying upon him to drive our midfield this season. I think he was nearly an achievement to a Kenyan Premier League group. In a season or two, he would have been Harambee Stars material,” Xavier said.
He further uncovered that they got the stunning news similarly as they were getting ready for preparing.
“A Kangemi United player who lives close by called me to affirm the pitiful news. Everybody was in stun and we halted the preparation