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Kenyan woman stabs friend for allegedly attempting to snatch her man

By Adekunle Dada

A 29-year-old woman identified as Sheila Achieng, has been arraigned at the Milimani Law Courts, for allegedly stabbing her friend at a club in Nairobi, Kenya.

According to the charge sheet, Achieng is accused of having committed the act at the Eureka Club located along Tom Mboya street on Thursday, September 8, 2022.

Achieng allegedly stabbed Esther Gathoni Ngatia on the head and chest, using a broken liquor bottle, after accusing the victim of attempting to snatch her man.

The charge sheet read in part, “On 8th September 2022, at Eureka club along Tom Mboya street in the CBD of Nairobi County, Achieng’ intentionally and Unlawfully did grievous harm to Esther Gathoni Ngatia by stabbing her on the head and chest with a broken spirit bottle.”

A witness told the court that Achieng accused the victim of wanting to snatch her boyfriend.

“Sheila stabbed her friend with a broken spirit bottle for allegedly attempting to snatch her man at Club Eureka in Nairobi,” the witness stated.


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