A Man has been burnt beyond recognition at Bobo area, Hindi ward in Lamu County last night.
John Munji was burnt beyond recognition together with his properties. This comes a day after unknown terrorists attacked Widho area in Majembeni where six people were killed.
The chairperson National Police Service Commission Eliud Kinuthua has confirmed the incident citing that John Munji was killed using the same technique used in Widho- Majembeni. He said that Munji was found dead with his hands tied at the back and the set on fire before his properties were also torched.
"I would like to confirm that one man by the Name John Munji has been killed here in Bobo, Hindi, He was burnt beyond recognition before his properties were also set on fire. The incident is tied to the same terrorist that attached Witho one day ago because the same technique used we saw yesterday at Widho in Majembeni where some of deceased had their hands tied at the back before put into fire," He said.
He further congratulated the police officers for their quick response to stop further attacking Bobo area. He said the the police officers reacted fast enough to spook away the terrorist unlike Witho where there was a delay.
"Let me congratulate the police officers in Hindi area foe their response in good time to prevent more damage. Unlike in Widho, the officers here reacted really well and we would like to see more improvement in future," Kinuthia said.
The security forces have been deployed in Majembeni and Hindi to pursue the assailants.
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