Police officers are on with their investigations. These is after a middle aged man of around 30 years has been found dead in a pit latrine.
The body was first discovered by a passerby. Who later screamed for help. Luckily the first person who arrived was the deceased's brother. The brother and other neighbors immediately removed the body from the pit.
After that, they tried to giving him first aid. When they saw no response, they later partnered with the police officers and took the deceased to the hospital. The brother suspects that the deceased cause of death has been resulted by illicit drinks.
The area residents have requested police officers to track down all illicit drinks' sellers from the area. According to them, most deaths have been resulted by illicit drinks in the area.
According to Citizen FM News, the scene of crime is at Nambale sub county in Busia county. The real cause of the man's death hasn't been unfolded. The deceased has been taken to Busia county mortuary by the police officers for post mortem.
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