• Aketch's mother blacked out after learning that her daughter had committed suicide at a police station in Saudi Arabia.
• Aketch's family claimed that Rael had differences with her boss and decided to file a report with the police.
A family in Butere, Kakamega county is mourning following the mysterious death of a woman who allegedly committed suicide.
It is said that the body of the thirty-year-old who was identified as Marleen Auma was found lying outside her father-in-law's house in Ibuti village.
It is reported that the deceased who was a mother of two, had been time and time again involved in a domestic dispute with her 33-year-old husband.
Peter Okusimba who is a relative to the deceased said that the Auma had previously been ranting about her husband allegedly having an illicit love affair.
"The late Auma accused her husband of having extra-marital affairs. The two would argue a lot over the matter," Peter Okusimba lamented.
The body of the deceased has been moved to a nearby mortuary. Police have launched investigations into the unfortunate matter.
Another bizarre story following a suicide death in Kakamega county where Rael Aketch and her mother passed away.
Rael's mother collapsed and died upon getting news of her daughter's demise.
Speaking to the media on Monday, 11th April the family representative revealed that Aketch's mother blacked out after learning that her daughter had committed suicide at a police station in Saudi Arabia.
The family disclosed that the mother suffered a severe heart attack stating that she was not ill at the time of her death.
She had traveled to Saudi Arabia to work for her boss but things proved to be difficult between the two.
Due to the differences, she reported the matter to the police and committed suicide while in police custody.
Further, the family called on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to help them bring back the body of their kin for burial, stating that they were overwhelmed by the double tragedy.
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