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Pain of manhood left in the hands of an angry lover

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An assault victim is struggling to come to terms with the horrifying loss of his manhood last week.Mr Ronald ole Kitare, 27, told the Nation he never imagined that a woman he had come to adore could savagely attack him.The man now recuperating at Coast General Hospital in Mombasa has vowed never to trust any woman in his life after his fiancée’s vicious attack.Mr Kitare, who works as a security guard in Diani, separated with his wife early this year as a result of infidelity, bringing to an end, their four-year relationship.He then fell in love with another woman, and was planning to marry her, only to be hit by the blow of losing his manhood last week.He claimed his girlfriend arrived home looking drunk, a state he had never seen her in before, sparking a quarrel between them.“I tried to inquire why she was drunk, but instead of answering me, she confronted me,” Mr Kitare said from his hospital bed.He added: “My fiancée, who I had planned to marry in the next few months, arrived home at about 8pm and we differed for a few minutes, but later we reconciled,” he said.Mr Kitare said the woman claimed his estranged wife abused her over the phone for being other people’s “man snatcher”, an issue she did not take kindly.