Dead Body Of A School's Watchman Found By A Pupil Early These Morning
By Wesleyhubb | self meida writer
Published 12 days ago - 9 views
Tradegdy in Homabay county has a class eight pupil finds a dead body of their school's watchman. The scene of crime was around Owuor location in Rachuonyo East Sub County.
According to the Pupil, he found the watchman's body early in the morning at around 0600 hours. These was after he arrived at school. The Pupil also confirmed that he found the body covered with blood. The watchman's head was also covered with a stone.
According to the police officers, they are on with their investigations. So far they have approved that the watchman was attacked. These is after the school's headteacher confirm his office's door broken and around Ksh 65000 was stolen.
The watchman is known has Joseph Obumo. His body is currently in Kindubay Adventists Hospital Mortuary for post mortem. Otherwise share with us your thoughts in the comment section. I will also get back to you with more regional crime and society news.
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