Police Officers in Kisii have arrested a man who allegedly hacked his son to death after a Misunderstanding.
In a news report that has been shared by a reliable source of information, it has been revealed that the man who has been identified as Matundura Sebastia hacked his son killing him on the spot.
According to the reports given by the police, it has been revealed that the suspect presented himself to the police station where he revealed what he had done.
The suspect will be taken to court where he is supposed to answer the accusations.
While reacting to this incident, Kenyans who took to their different social media accounts to express their opinions on the matter have called upon the police to find a way to reduce the increasing rate of crime in Kisii.
According to the reports given by most Kenyans, they claimed that it is so unfortunate that the police are yet to do this even though People are being killed, killing each other in Kisii.
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