There was drama in Nakuru after the police had to chase a man all the way from Nakuru town to a remote village where he had gone to hide after stabbing a famous driver to death.
According to the reports given by the witnesses or rather locals, the man whose name was kept hidden for security purposes is said to have Stabbed a famous Mololine driver to death after a little argument on October 24th while they were still in a bar known as Kapyengoni which is a small town bordering Nakuru and Baringo.
The victim is said to have been rushed to the nearest hospital but unluckily died on his way to another hospital after being denied entry in the previous one due to unknown reasons. After committing this crime, the suspect is said to have run out of Nakuru town to a small remote village where he was flushed out by angry police officers a few day after committing this crime.
This Sparked alot of mixed reactions from Kenyans who seemed to have been disappointed by the fact that a man who was described as a good humble man had died in this kind of manner, with most them asking for the arrest of the suspect, most sent their condolences to the family and friends of the late driver and so with different contradicting opinions and suggestions, below are some of the reactions given by Kenyans towards the post.
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