In our country, many innocent people have been confirmed dead after being killed by the partners or friends. Furthermore, many youths nowadays are taking different drugs like cocaine, bhang and alcohol. These drugs have caused many youths to engage in different crimes like stealing from innocent Kenyans. These cases should be condemned and all suspects arrested.
According to the source, a young man found Meru county is confirmed dead after being beaten thoroughly by his two friends. It has been reported that, Kenneth Bundi was attacked by his two friends after failing to pay 20 shillings debt. The well-wishers rushed Kenneth to a nearby health facility. Unfortunately he died.
The suspect, Fred Mugambi is in the custody. Furthermore, police officers have started investigations to arrest the second suspect who disappeared after committing this crime.
This comes in after some cases of killings have been reported in our country. Let us pray for the family of Kenneth during this difficult time.
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