A guy who chopped off his wife’s palms for failing to endure his youngsters has been exceeded a 30-12 months prison sentence.
The courtroom docket in Machakos, Machakos County, jailed Stephen Ngila, 39, for tried homicide for slicing off Jackeline Mwende’s palms with a machete in 2016.
He has 14 days to enchantment the judgment. Justice Brenda Bartoo stated the courtroom docket had taken be aware that the accused changed into now no longer remorseful for the offense.
This nan is a serial killer who has no shame of himself cutting off this woman's hands for no reason why they do not ask God for the children he needs to stop accusing the lady without knowing anything about what's going on about their lives.
This is a stupid man ever that it will regret himself one day for what he did to the innocent lady of God.
Having no baby is not the cause of the woman everything is from God or the woman have bewitched by people not to bear children for the man is not her fault.
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