Law enforcement agencies in Tharaka Nithi Sub-County have launched a manhunt for a man who purportedly assaulted his wife sexually after suspecting her of infidelity.
Kiprop Rutto, the Tharaka South Police Commander, allege that the suspect who hails from Kamatungu inserted pepper, salt, and onions in his wife’s genitals using a sharp knife. After that, the suspect sealed his wife’s private parts with superglue.
According to the victim, her husband told her they had to relocate from their home to avoid arrest by police for leaving Nairobi, which is under a lockdown owing to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The victim alleges that no sooner had they reached the Kathita River than her husband threatened to kill her, and ordered her to undress completely.
The assaulted victim then told the police that her husband ordered her to name all them she had cheated on him during his stay in Nairobi. It is then that the man used a sharp knife to insert a mixture of sand, onions, and pepper in her genitals and sealed her with superglue.
After that, the victim alleges that her abuser sealed her ears and mouth using sand and super glue, leaving her in life-threatening condition.
Four days after the US embassy in Tanzania reports that many hospitals are overwhelmed with coronavirus cases, President Magufuli announced that Covid-19 infections are declining sharply in the country.
Speaking to a church congregation his hometown Chato, President Magufuli said revealed that Dar es Salaam’s Hospital has 12 cases of coronavirus, an indication that there are minimal infections of the novel virus.
“God has answered our prayers,” President Magufuli told the applauding congregants.
Shockingly, the Head of State revealed that one of his sons had contracted coronavirus, but is now well after taking a concoction of lemon and ginger.
He urged Tanzanians who would contract the virus to uses the unscientific remedy that his son used.
Magufuli told the congregants that he would reopen higher learning institutions and the tourism sector if the country continued to experience minimal coronavirus infections.
Magufuli, furthermore, said that incoming tourists would not be placed under quarantine-only a temperature test was necessary to tour the country.
“The way I see this trend if the week beginning from tomorrow continues like this. I plan to open places of higher education so that our students can continue with their studies,” he said.
Magufuli vowed not to place his country in a lockdown despite the possibility of new coronavirus infections. He said such a move would cripple the Tanzanian economy.
Top football will resume this Saturday after a two-month shutdown of the world’s most popular sport owing to the coronavirus pandemic. Following a drop in new cases of COVID-19, Chancellor Angela Merkel allowed the continuation of the season on May 6.
German football league, Bundesliga is Europe’s first major league to resume its season.
The return of Bundesliga, however, comes with an unusual look.
For starters, there will be no mascot children-children who accompany football players entering the field. Also, the Bundesliga games will be played in empty stadiums. Instead, some clubs can use music and cardboard cutouts of their fans to liven the match atmosphere.
Approximately, each game will have around 300 indispensable staff members, and officials will attend, comprising of club executives, stadium security agencies, journalists, police officers, and firefighters.
The Bundesliga has also established strict measures for teams to follow to mitigate probable infections.
Rival teams will have no contact in the tunnel before the game begins, and there will be no handshakes between match officials and players.
The teams will not take the usual pre-kickoff photos to maintain physical distancing.
In the field, players are forbidden to spit, celebrate in groups, or touch hands with their teammates.
Substitute players and coaches must wear masks and sit apart. However, coaches can remove their masks to shout instructions as long as they maintain a 1.5-meter distance with the players.