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Man whose manhood was chopped dies in road accident

A man whose manhood was seriously injured by a woman in Mombasa has died.

Stephen Oyuga died Tuesday morning after he was involved in an accident in Changamwe, Mombasa.

Mr Oyuga, who is a motorbike operator, hit a ditch along Port Reitz Road which is under construction and died on the spot.

His elder brother, Erick Omondi said Oyuga had wanted to leave Mombasa.

“He was still nursing his injuries when he met his death this morning. We had even agreed to withdraw the case because he was not comfortable with it as it had gone to the public,” said Mr Omondi.

The deceased’s wife, Angel Mutuku, had admitted in court having injured Oyuga’s manhood before later denying the charge.

Oyuga was admitted at Bomu hospital before being discharged.

A statement by the complainant at Changamwe Police Station said the woman slapped the man on his back after accusing him of oversleeping in their bedroom at around 5.30am.

The man then slapped her “for waking him very roughly” before a fight ensued between them.

The woman then went in the kitchen and emerged with a small knife with which she attacked him before leaving for work.

And when the court clerk read out the charge facing her, she admitted having committed the offence.

She changed her plea a day later.