A court in Kenya on Thursday, January 7, remanded a 22-year old woman for assaulting a fellow woman who she accused of snatching her husband. Lucy Nyanchera Ombuka admits to willfully and unlawfully assaulting Martha Osoro and inflicting injuries on her in Raila slums, in Langata sub-county of Nairobi on January 2, 2021. She also admitted to stealing Osoro’s phone during the assault and handling stolen property after she was found with the phone. She also admitted to stealing Osoro’s phone during the assault and handling stolen property after she was found with the phone. Prosecution counsel, Ann Kirimi confirmed the phone had been recovered by the police. According to the prosecution explained Osoro, 32, received a call from a friend who overheard Ombuka swearing she was looking for her to ‘teach her a lesson’. She visited the friend who later escorted her home but Ombuka allegedly stormed in immediately. The suspect was said to have attacked the complainant, rained blows and fists on her before they were separated. Ombuka then left with Osoro’s phone, which she termed as the “fornication gadget” she was using to communicate with her husband. Police recovered at her house during the search. She will be locked up at the Langata police station while awaiting sentencing at the Kibera Law Courts. The post Wife attacks a woman for allegedly trying to snatch her husband appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog.