Fatuma Ibrahim, 32, who was stabbed by her husband with a knife that went through her skull is on the path to recovery after surgeons at the Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH) performed a successful operation on
KNH Chief Executive Officer, Lily Koros, said the surgery was done at about midnight to remove the knife lodged in her skull after the attack. Apart from the knife in her face, she also suffered wounds on her thigh, abdomen and arms.
Meanwhile, Mohamed Deeq, the man suspected of stabbing her pleaded not guilty in court this morning. He told the court that he was trying to stop his wife from committing suicide. He was ordered to be remanded until January 13, 2016, when the case will be mentioned.