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MP ruthlessly beats wife over STD question

The First-time legislator pounced on the wife with kicks and blows.

A Member of Parliament from central Kenya ruthlessly beat up his wife after she accused him of infecting her with Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD).
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The first-time MP, arrived home while drunk on Tuesday night and descended to his lactating wife with kicks and blows.

According to a close family member, they allegedthat he was angry with his wife, who is a medical practitioner, after she asked him how it was possible she had been treated for STD three times this year despite being faithful to him.

It is said that the legislator called his wife's family at about 3am asking her to go pick up the “prostitute” or they would collect their daughter's lifeless body in the morning.

On her return home, after the confrontation with the mistress and reported the matter, the MP allegedly beat and inflicted further serious injuries on her.

Sources close to the MP also allege that the mistress, with whom they have a child together, is his wife’s relative.

His wife has since obtained a P3 form after recording a statement with the police.

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