A Kenyan lady, Linda Namukuchu Urandu who confessed to killing her husband’s side chick during a live radio interview, has been arrested 6 years after the confession.
The Kenyan lady who is in police custody alongside her former husband, Benson Muthine and his current wife Margaret Tata, will be detained in police custody for 10 days for further questioning to verify her claims.
Director of Criminal Investigations (DCI) George Kinoti, who appealed to any person who may have lost a female relative to report to the central police station, recounted how the lady who got called up by famous Radio Jambo duo Gidi and Ghost narrated her side chick ordeal.
Linda who was arrested in Kasarani area, Nairobi, had narrated how her husband who lied about going for a business trip to Kisumu, turned up at Mombasa to have the time of his life with his side chick.
“I went through his phone one day as he was in the bathroom and I noticed he had sent KSh 50, 000 to another woman. On top of that, he told the lady to enjoy herself. I saw other texts the two sent each other and I knew that was the other woman,” she said.
“I had the woman’s number saved in my phone. My husband went to Mombasa, enjoyed himself then came back home. The things he bought sold him out as none of those stuff were sold along the road on your way out of Kisumu. While unpacking the shopping, I came across a bunch of receipts which showed he bought a dress for his other woman in Mombasa. I went the bedroom and threw the receipts on his face. He immediately knew something was wrong and started apologising for his infidelity. I said it was okay, he was a man and he could do what he wanted,” she explained.
The Kenyan lady who further disclosed that she crept into the room where her hubby’s sidepiece was and strangled her, added;
“One day I told my male friend to take the lady to a lodging I had already paid for. The woman was very drunk so I told the man to leave the room and allow me to go in. I paid the receptionist a handsome amount to keep her mouth shut and disable the CCTV cameras,” she said.