Police in Narok County are investigating an incidence where a 49 year old man was found unconscious in a woman's bed in Ololung'a township in Narok County. The man later died while he was still undergoing treatment.
Narok Sub County police officer is reported to have gone in her house at around 1:00 pm to prepare her lunch only to find the man unconscious under her bed.
Police took the body to Ololung'a township sub county hospital but the man who was identified as Simon Kubai Kamau, died.
The man is believed to have travelled from Olkalau, Nyandarua County. From the doctors report the man is said to have died of a low blood in his body, alcoholism and also blood sugar in the blood.
The body is currently lying at Narok County referral Mortuary awaiting post mortem.
May His soul rest in eternal peace. May God be with the family of the deceased.
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