The police in Nyamira county, have started investigation on the cause of the death of a middle aged man.According to the residents of Metobo village in the county,the body of the man was found hanging from a tree near the road."We woke up yesterday and were surprised toget the body hanging from the tree."Said James Moreri.photo:Suicidal rope.
They informed the police who came to the scene led by Patrick Ngeiywa, confirmed the death and identified it as Benard Omenta 38, of Metobo village. "We have seen the still body and started investigation on the cause of this unique death."Commented Ngeiywa.photo:The police.
The body was taken to Nyamira Teaching And Referral Hospital Mortuary for postmortem pending further investigation.The hospital CEO Dr.Silas Ayunga, decried the high rate of suicide cases in the region.He attributed them to general lack of dialogue in families,poverty caused by unemployment and general moral decay in society.The medic told communities to stay with hope inorder to avoid suividal deaths.photo:Hospital.
Dr.Ayunga appealed to the church and other social workerd to strengthen guidance and counselling services in society to minimise the deaths.
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