in

I cut my husband’s manhood, woman tells court

A woman on Monday admitted in a Mombasa court that she cut her husband’s manhood.

Angel Mutuku pleaded guilty to a charge of causing actual bodily harm to Stephen Ochieng Oyuga.

The prosecution said Mutuku unlawfully assaulted Mr Oyuga in Changamwe, Mombasa County on February 16.

Prosecuting counsel Lydia Kagori told Chief Magistrate Julius Nagea to defer the case until Wednesday when the facts of the case will be read to the accused.

“We wish to present that facts of the case on Wednesday. There may be more charges preferred against the accused person as the state of the complaint is not good,” added Ms Kagori.

Mr Oyuga is admitted to Bomu Medical Centre.

The woman is said to have grabbed a kitchen knife and cut his husband’s manhood after a quarrel.

The woman in her statement to the police said she woke up her husband but he was offended and a quarrel ensued.

Mutuku was pushed to the ground but she rose and went to the kitchen where she took a knife, grabbed the husband’s manhood and cut it.

She is said to have left the man writhing in pain and went to work. He managed to call his brother who took him to hospital.

Give names of voters listed by NYS kits, Kidero tells electoral commission

Senator urges all voters to turn out to secure win for Uhuru