Interior cabinet secretary Fred Matiang’i was on Tuesday evening, 6th of April 2021 saddened after learning that his bodyguard had send his wife to the way of all ghosts and decided to follow her.
According to a statement by the national police service, Hudson Wakise and his wife, police constable Pauline Wekesa, had a domestic misunderstandings before the unfortunate incident took place.
“Wakise briefly talked to his wife and they started exchanging bitter words. The wife was accusing him of infidelity. As a result, Wakise went out of the house and shortly returned in the sitting room.
“He suddenly drew out his Jericho pistol s/no. KP- 44333035 and fired several rounds at his wife’s chest killing her instantly. He then turned the firearm to himself and shot on his chin,” reads a police report
via his social media account, CS Matiang’i issued a statement indicating that he was deeply pained by the tragic incident involving the police couple from his department.
“I am deeply pained by the tragic incident involving PC Hudson Wakise and his wife PC Pauline Wakasa both young and vibrant Police officers with brilliant futures tragically ended in their shocking demise.
“It’s a rude awakening to psychosocial challenges amongst some of our young officers that we have no choice but to now pay greater attention to. My sincere condolences to their families and friends,” said Matiang’i
Wakise is said to have been off duty since Thursday, April 1 2021, and only reported back to work on Tuesday, April 6. He, however, left at 3pm and retired to his residence near the GSU camp.
According to eye witness, the two have been having domestic rankles with wife accusing the husband of infidelity.
Until their demise, Wakise was attached to the VIP protection at the Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government while his wife was a traffic officer attached to Kilimani Police Station. More