- A Kenyan pastor by name Elisha Misiko who stabbed himself and his wife to death left a 17-page suicide letter
- The letter reveals that there has been heightened tension and great discomfort in the marriage of the couple
- Elisha mentions at the concluding part of the letter that everything he has worked for in his life should be spent on his burial ceremony
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A lengthy suicide letter of 17 pages has been found in the residence of the pastor who took his life and that of his wife at church, kenyans.co.ke reports.
The deceased pastor by name Elisha Misiko led the Ground for God's Gospel Ministries. Reports indicate that he titled the lengthy suicide note 'Betrayal and its consequences'.
In just the first two pages, the pastor indicates a whopping 18 different occasions of his wife Ann Maghanga betraying him.
According to the dead pastor, Maghanga had taken away properties that he had accumulated for 19 years. The pastor went on to indicate that his wife had accused him of sleeping with her sister and had previously stated that he always had a knife in their bed.
Elisha Misiko also lamented that he had always kept a commitment of giving 90% of all his wealth to his wife but she was never grateful.
Elisha said beyond that, the wife would normally go on social media and claim that he never paid the school fees of their children.
During the concluding part of the letter, the deceased pastor mentioned that every property he had accumulated whilst alive should be spent on his funeral.
"Whatever is mine, my children, instrument and equipment let them be used in my burial service in the village," Elisha concluded.
In other sad news, a 30-year-old mother by name Abimbola Ige has been sentenced to jail for six months after she was arrested for stealing a goat that was worth ¢700 to pay son's medical bills.
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