Police have launched probe regarding a incident where the Makueni Catholic priest was found dead in a lodging at Kilala shopping center in Kaiti, Makueni County on last Sabbath day January 23, 2022. However it has been suspected that Father who has been identified as Stephen Kyalo poisoned himself. The late father has been rendering gospel services at Kako area. Before meeting his death on Sunday, Father Kyalo booked a room at Kilala town around 8 am and ordered beer costing Ksh1,600. However after booking the room, the father remained inside throughout the day without requesting for anything else until around 8 pm when the room attendants became suspicious why kyalo went silent all that long and after knocking on the door there was no response.
This made the room attendants to alert the police who on arriving they were forced to break the door so as to access inside. Getting inside they found Father Kyalo had poisoned himself with a poisonous substance that was discovered from the room as illustrated by the Makueni Sub County Police Commander Timothy Maina. "It is after this alert when our officers visited the scene and found the priest lying on the bed with no physical injuries," police commander stated. From the scene of the heinous act the police officers also recovered two bottles of beer, two empty glasses, a bottle of Red Label whiskey, a container with chemical, a smartphone a mask and the room keys,
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