A high court judge has slapped six people with life imprisonment sentence.
The six were found guilty of killing a man and his wife late last year.
According to the reports,the six men aged between 25 to 30 invaded the couples home at night to steal from them on the material day and ended up killing them.
Police documents indicated that the accused killed the deceased by hitting them with a blunt object several times and made away with goods worth millions of shillings.
They were arrested after a tip off from the members of the public and arraigned in court where they were charged with murder related charges.
During the trial ,the couple daughter who was acting as witness,noted that she witnessed the killing of her parents with pain a s being that she was witnessed she couldn't save them.
While giving his verdict,the judge noted that the court has been convinced beyond reasonable doubt that they committed the offence and went ahead to slap them with life jail sentence.
They are currently held at police post waiting to be transferred to unknown prison.
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