There has been a mysterious death of a 56-year old man in Mombasa. The man identified as Josphat Muliro was a Kenya Port Authority (KPA) before his demise. Police have launched investigations to probe the cause of his death.
The authorities were notified by the residents where he lived in Santana area in Changamwe. KPA has been a center stage of rise in cases of Covid-19 as the company has recorded an increase in reported cases in Mombasa.
From police details the deceased was living alone after they parted ways with his wife
"We got information that the deceased had long standing disputes with his wife after they separated. Our homicide team are probing the matter to ascertain his death," he added
The govt launched mass testing for all employees to undergo compulsory testing. The Mombasa governor has been disappointed by the turn up of residents in Old Town for Covid-19 testing. He has also condemned Imam for opening of mosques and putting the residents at risk.
Mombasa has grown to be a worrying zone as the county is experiencing rise in reported cases
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