Accordin to Kenya news: We all fight with our significant others. Love is not an easy road to go down and it takes a lot of effort to keep the ball rolling.
Moses Dola and his wife were happily married with a child before he allegedly killed her and remained silent.
He was taken to court and High Court judge Roseline Korir handed down the sentence on Thursday at the Milimani Law Courts in the capital Nairobi.
The judge ordered for a pre-sentencing report, saying that it would not interfere with her decision on the sentence she was going to hand him.
Moses, who is being represented by lawyer Cliff Ombeta, denied committing murder in the trial that began about seven years ago.
Ms Kabiru was killed on May 1, 2011 at the couple’s house in Nairobi’s Umoja estate. Her lifeless body was found in their locked bedroom carefully tucked in bed.
On Kenya news, the accused allegedly left his dead wife in their house and went on a drinking spree while pretending that all was well.
It is the deceased’s brother and neighbours who later found her dead body in the locked bedroom of their house while Mr Dola allegedly went into hiding for a few days before surrendering himself to the police in Naivasha.
The couple’s househelp told court that the deceased would usually hand the baby to her in the morning but, on that fateful day, Moses was the one who did it.
According to Moses, his wife attacked him with a pair of scissors and a struggle ensued, during which his wife fell down and hit her head.