By Marcella Nyarandi
Reports of homicides, suicides, femicides, and domestic violence have become common on our TV screens, newspapers, radios, and social media. So common that it is no longer a surprise when another homicide is reported.
Such news spread fast, quickly shared through the social media drawing different reactions from viewers and readers. Some pray for the victims, their families and for sanity to return to the lives of fellow human beings. Others question the humanity of the perpetrators and why these deaths are happening.