The body of a standard group journalist was found in a ditch along Kangundo Road. This heartbreaking incident comes at a time when Kenyans are celebrating the festive season.
Members of the public came accross body of 35 year-old Moses Okiror Omusolo early Thursday morning. Dismayed members of the public immediately called upon officers of the law who rushed to the scene.
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The body of the deceased was possesing deep forehead cuts, indicating that it was a murder. According to officers at the scene, the man was brutally murdered elsewhere. He was then dumped along Kangundo road opposite Superloaf Company.
His identity was established after they recovered his backpack, with his personal documents, lying aside his body. According to our sources, the man was set to marry next year and was on leave during time of death.
Investigations to the mysterious murder of the man have been launched. Do you think crime levels in the city are deteriorating? Let me know via the comment section below.
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