Tension was for the better part of Monday morning witnessed in Bondo Sub-County as traders engaged the police in running battles after one of their fellow was found murdered at his shop in Bondo town, Siaya County.
Normal business operations at Bondo town came to a standstill shortly on as the traders storm every part of the town with protest with wails causing disturbance for almost three hours.
Confirming the incident, Bondo Sub-County Deputy OCPD Stephen Otieno said the traders demanded for justice to be served over the killing of Jack Opiyo adding that their lives as traders could now also in danger in future.
Jack is said to have been in the forefront of championing for the rights and welfare of traders in Bondo Sub-County.
The residents urged the police to speed up their probe and reveal exactly what happened to their colleague.
His body has since been taken to the Bondo Sub-County Hospital mortuary as investigations leading to the cause of his death are launched by police.
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