VIDEO:Drama in Migori as woman destroys husband’s Expensive car

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There was drama at an estate in Migori town when a wife found her estranged husband with another woman in his house

– The infuriated wife smashed the man’s Land Rover car

A dramatic scene ensued in Migori town on Tuesday, July 19, 2016 when the wife of a Kenya Power officer found him with another woman.

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Joyce Kandie had gone to Peter Murunga’s house at Aroso estate to ask for assistance as their baby was unwell, reported The Star.

Kenya Power officer's wife smashes his car windows in rage

Murunga’s car after being attacked. Photo: Citizen TV

The man, together with a woman identified as Susan Roki allegedly came out and attacked Kandie, who was carrying the baby and was trying to gain entry into the house.

Kandie was infuriated and smashed the windows to Murunga’s Land Rover car.

The scene attracted a crowd of locals, some of whom further damaged the car by smashing its windowpanes.

The mob also threatened to set the man and his lover on fire.

Joyce Kandie being escorted by police from the scene of drama. Photo: The Star

Kandie lamented that her estranged husband disregarded his responsibilities as a father in November 2015 when he started living with Roki.

“I have tried to have him take his six-month-old child to hospital without success. As you can see the boy is suffering from skin rashes and diarrhoea,” she was quoted in the report.

The enraged woman added that Murunga had previously been violent, showing a broken tooth he had left her with.

Police arrived at the scene and arrested the man together with the two women.

They were taken to Migori Police Station as officers launch investigations.

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