Eight Pastors tried to reconcile the deceased Kiambu couple

The dead couple and left, suicide note Mwangi left. [Photo: Courtesy]

The man who killed his wife then committed suicide at Kiamumbi estate in Kiambu wrote a suicide note saying the action was prompted by marriage issues after efforts to reconcile them failed.

Albert Mwangi, in 50s hit his wife Milcah Mwangi with a blunt object then he took poison and later hanged himself. The couple will be buried in Kangema, Murang’a County.

Eight pastors from Harvesters Global Church where they worshiped tried to reconcile them without success. They also tried through Bible and marriage school. The father of five recognized their efforts in his note but said he did the unthinkable after wife tormented and allegedly plotting to kill him.

Suicide note Albert mwangi left behind. [Photo: Courtesy]
“I didn’t know that I married a counterfeit wife. I married a Jezebel and her intention was just to steal everything from me. She has been threatening me, insulting me, she hated me… The end of the fight is over,” Mwangi wrote.

“Thanks all for your efforts to reconcile this marriage” – Mwangi

He alleged; “Both Milcah and his brother planned to steal everything from me, destroy my life and then kill me,” he alleged.

“Thanks all for your efforts to reconcile this marriage. Through school of marriage and Bible school. May God bless you all” Mwangi concluded his note.

The couple’s jovial days.


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