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Violet Asela: Woman accused of killing KDF husband speaks out

Violet Asela, wife to KDF soldier Daniel Omollo Onyango who died unders unclear circumstances on Sunday, morning April 4 has spoken.


It is reported that the couple engaged in a heated argument over Achana’s new house at around 1am and a few minutes later screams came from the couple’s bedroom.

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A source disclosed that the Elite soldier from the Ranger Strike Force based in Gilgil was the idea Asela moving to a new house she had rented.


The brawl between 27-year-old Asela and 37- year-old Onyango over her music career then escalated to a brutal fight.


The musician better known with her stage name Zian Achana, who was arrested and detained in police cells said that she tried to defend her because her hubby tried to suffocate her.


“He wasn’t stabbed and he doesn’t even have a stab wound. My husband fainted. My husband fainted. During the scuffle I freed myself and left him in the bedroom. When he gets angry he likes throwing things in the house and self-harming. Said Asela.


According to the 27-year-old, her husband Onyango accidentally hit himself while throwing things in the house and fainted.


After like five minutes, he called out saying he was having difficulty breathing. He started holding his stomach, I don’t know where he hit himself,” said Asale.


Asela will be arraigned to court on Tuesday, April 6 and is looking for a lawyer to represent her.


She also said that she prefers Onyango being referred to as her baby daddy and her ex-husband.


Police officers who are investigating on the case found out that the late survived a serious road accident and landmine explosion while on duty.


Onyango passed away on Sunday morning,April 4 after developing convulsion.


“His wife asked them for help in resuscitating him but they could not do much. He was already convulsing,” the police said.

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Realising he had developed convulsions and was sliding to his death, Violet rushed her man to Kahawa Garrison Health Centre but it was too late to save him. His body was cold and without a pulse,” DCI George Kinoti tweeted.

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