Death issue has been a major challenge in the country.
Many people are commiting suicide through depression among other factors.
Yesterday their was a post which left many talking.
The son to nominated MP ole Sanko's committed suicide by shooting himself.
The incident has been condemned by many some sending condolences message to the family.
Today in a post by tuko.co.ke, there was a post which has left many talking.
According to sources,Sanko's daughter has recalled painful moment when she found her brothers body dead.
Rosemary who is first daughter of ole Sanko's found his brother by the name memusi sankok allegedly shot himself after an argument with his father over his return to school.
Rosemary said that she went out with other siblings to get ice cream for his deceased brother.
She added that on reaching the bedroom,she found her brothers body with a pool of blood and she went to tell her mother what had happened.
Netizens reacted differently and they had this to say,
We send our sincere condolences to the family and friends of the late.
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