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Man stabs brother to death for wearing his trousers

A 26-year-old man has killed his 23-year-old younger brother for wearing his trousers without his permission. Wycliffe Shitanda wore Andrew Muganda’s trousers without his permission ad when he found out, Muganda killed him Shamberere village, Malava sub-county in Kakamega.
According to their mother Violet Lagu, when Muganda asked his younger brother why he wore his clothes, he answered him rudely.
The two started fighting and Muganda allegedly stabbed Shitanda to death. Lagu said the killing had caused the family further misery since they were preparing to bury her mother-in-law.
“Shitanda took a pair of trousers and a cap belonging to the suspect and left home running towards the main road. When his brother found him, he stabbed him for taking his clothes without permission. As a family, we are very shocked and wonder why he killed his sibling just because of clothes while we are in mourning and going on with funeral preparations of their grandmother, whose body is at Kakamega mortuary,” Lagu said.

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