The late Elisha Misiko, the perpetrator of the Ground for God’s Gospel Ministries church stabbing on January 5th, left a suicide note that narrated why he killed his wife.
Elisha took his life buy slitting his throat minutes after killing his wife during the Sunday Church Service at Chembani, Bamburi in Mombasa.
Credible sources cite that the suicide note was titled ‘Betrayal and its consequences’.
The first pages of the note, indicated instances in which the preacher’s wife, Ann Maghanga, had betrayed him.
The note went on to disclose that Maghanga had taken away property that he had accumulated for 19 years, including land, church instruments and equipment.
The note also touched on incidences of marital infidelity between the couple, pointing at the pastor for sleeping with her wives’ sisters.
In conclusion, the pastor wanted his belongings to be used during his funeral service.
“Whatever is mine, my children, instrument and equipment let them be used in my burial service in the village,” he said.
Neighbours close to the couple, said that the couple had been long-standing disagreements before the Sunday incident.