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Bury both our corpses in one grave – Choir boy’s suicide note emerges



The choir boy from Mwingi who stabbed his girlfriend thrice on her stomach had penned an eerie suicide note to both their parents.

Calvin Baraza 24, instructed his parents to ensure that even in death, his girlfriend, Faith Makau would never escape him.

Calvin and Faith are both receiving treatment at the Mwingi Level 4 hospital. Faith is receiving treatment for her stab wounds and Calvin for being lynched by Mwingi residents after he stabbed his girlfriend.

Calvin had allegedly taken poison to end his life but that was not to be.

In his house, a suicide note was recovered where he had asked his mother and Faith’s mother not to miss their burial.

He also directed their bodies to be buried inside the same coffin as it was their wish.

The suicide note read, “Please mum Faith, make sure you come to my funeral. Please mum Calvin make sure you come to my funeral. Don’t separate our corpses, put us together. Tuzikwe pamoja.”

The letter was signed, “Calvin and Faith, our wishes.”

Calvin Barasa's suicide note found in his house

Calvin Barasa’s suicide note found in his house

The two were believers at the same local church in Mwingi town and were said to have a relationship that turned sour before the man attempted to take both of their lives.


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