VIDEO: Here is Kutuny’s message to “Madem na Machali” who are heartbroken
By Bosco Marita
| April 28th 2019
The outspoken Cherangani Member of Parliament Joshua Kuttuny has added his voice on the runaway cases of murder over a failed relationship.
While speaking at ST. Stephens ACK Nairobi during COTU prayer day, Kutuny was taken aback to cases of the youths killing one another as a result of heartbreak.
He urged the youths to take it easy on a relationship and always sought divine intervention when their hearts are broken.
“Manze Mimi nataka kutoa ujumbe moja kwa maboy wa hii church na madem au mashore , hii story mnaenda chuo mnaanza kumadana muache. Mresh akileta ngori rudi church utafute mwingine (I have a simple message to the youths of this church. This issue of going to school and murdering one another over relationship should stop. If a lady rejects you come back to church and get another one.)”, said Kutuny.
His sentiments come at a time when youths all over the country have been unable to contain depression from a failed relationship, resulting in cases of suicide and murder of their ex-lovers.
Barely a month ago Ivy Wangeci, a sixth-year medical student, was axed to death by his ex-lover who reportedly could not handle a simple misunderstanding.
Currently, Naomi Chepkemoi, a third-year public health major, of Pwani University is fighting for her life after her boyfriend stabbed her for rejecting his money.
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