Kenyan Police Constable Shoots His Wife Before Killing Himself After Dispute

Kenyan Police Constable Shoots His Wife Before Killing Himself After Dispute
Kenyan Police Constable Shoots His Wife Before Killing Himself After Dispute

Kenyan Police Constable Shoots His Wife Before Killing Himself After Dispute

Tragedy as a Kenyan police constable identified as Micheal Siwalo with service number 116272 reportedly committed suicide on Friday, May 15 after shooting his wife as a result of a domestic dispute.

WITHIN NIGERIA learnt that the police constable from Buuri West in Meru County shot his wife identified as Slivia Ramat Letei in the stomach at about 6:15pm before turning the gun on himself.

According to report, the incident occurred at their residence in Panama area, Timau Township in Meru County.

The police disclosed via a statement that Letei who is in a critical condition was taken to Nanyuki Teaching and Referral Hospital.

The police report filed under OB Number 38/15/5/2020, reads;

“Police proceeded to the scene and found the officer’s wife seated against the wall near the main door. She was in a lot of pain, and was bleeding [profusely] .

“The officers [who rushed to the scene] also entered the couple’s bedroom, where they found police constable Michael Siwalo lying dead with a gunshot wound in the chest.

“The couple’s bedroom was disorganised, suggesting there was a struggle before the shooting.”

Siwalo had been allocated the firearm, an AK-47 with 30 rounds of ammunition by 6pm “in preparation for curfew duties”.

The police report added;

“The said-rifle was recovered in the bedroom with a magazine loaded with 27 rounds of ammunition and one in the chamber. Also recovered from the scene, are two cartridges.”

Corpse of the late cop has been taken to Nanyuki Teaching and Referral Hospital morgue.

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