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Incidents of insecurity in the country have been on the rise in recent months with several cases reported across the country. Many Youths have turned to criminal activities as a source of livelihood thus leading to rising insecurity levels in the country.
Earlier today, residents of Werugha ward in Taita Taveta County have woken up to shocking scenes after they found a dead body lying in their local trading center. According to initial reports, the body of the woman was found at Kese Trading Centre in Werugha.
Residents have been left struck with the head of the woman missing making it hard to identify her. It is unclear what really happened to her during the night.
The rising insecurity levels are no doubt a cause for concern especially with the curfew in operation and yet criminal activities during the night are still skyrocketing.
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