Famous Radio Citizen Reporter Reportedly Nursing Critical Injuries After Being Attacked By Thugs
By MissedCall50 | self meida writer
Published 19 days ago - 0 views
Famous radio reporter and royal media journalist based in radio Citizen and Sulwe FM Kaitano Nyongesa is currently receiving treatment and care at Webuye County hospital after being attacked by thugs.
According to the source, the journalist was attacked by people who knew him very well. He was attacked near his Makunga home in Bungoma county.
Reports indicated that he was stabbed several times on his stomach and on the head before the suspects disappeared. He was rescued by one of his neighbours who rushed him to the hospital.
Police officers were informed and arrived at the scene to carry out investigation of incident, they promised to launch a man hunt to the suspects. They also called upon members of the public to help in sharing the information that they may be having to speed up investigation.
Kenyans online joined in sending their well wishes messages to Kaitano Nyogesa who is well known to his fans for good reporting skills and attractive voice. Opera will also like to wish him well as he nurses injuries.
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