Kakrao residents at the scene. Photo: Courtesy
Residents of Kakrao Ward, Suna East, Migori County are living in fear after they found a body of a primary school teacher dumped in a thicket with deep cuts in his body. Students from Kakrao Technical Training Institute were the ones who bumped on the body on Sunday before raising alarm.
According to Nation Africa, Kevin Owuor failed to return to his matrimonial home after seeing off a friend on a Friday evening. It further details that the family reported the matter at Migori Police Station and decided to carry out their search yesterday.
“There was no trace of blood but there were several panga cuts in his head. We suspect the assailants dumped the body in the thicket next to his home for easy identification,” said Upper Kakrao assistant chief Wilfred Onyango via a telephone conversation with the media house.
The teacher's mother said he was last seen with a neighbour but after failing to return they reported the matter at Migori and Uriri police stations. The teary mother added that Mr Owuor was her eldest child and a breadwinner for the family.
She is calling on security forces in the country to start a thorough investigation into the matter and bring perpetrators to book.
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