The Kenya Police Service is mourning the death of one senior officer who was found dead in Nairobi. The body of the Corporal is reported to have been found dumped at the Eastern Bypass in Nairobi.
Police officers who arrived at the scene in Quarry area said that the Corporal had physical body injuries which suggested that he might have been killed by unknown assailants who later dumped his body there.
Preliminary investigations revealed that the late Joseph Maghanga might have been killed elsewhere and his body carried to that area where it was dumped by his murdrers.
Maghanga's body was taken to the morgue by the investigating officers awaiting an autopsy to be done on it. Detectives from the forensics department have launched an investigation to identify the killers involved in Corporal Maghanga's death.
Investigating officers recovered his cellphones which they'll use to retrieve any information that can help in arresting those involved in his murder
Police have since asked residents to give them any necessary information that can lead to the arrest of his suspected murdrers.
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