Residents of Kambo Market in Igembe, Meru County were left in utter shock after a middle-aged man mercilessly clobbered his friend to death for failing to pay sh 20 debt.
According to the Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI), the alleged killer identified as 24-year-old Fred Mugambi alongside his accomplice are reported to have committed the heinous crime last night.
Mugambi and his friend according to an eye witness are alleged to have corned the now deceased identified as Murangiri Maore to pay the debt or buy for them a glass of local brew.
However, Murangiri was not able to meet their demands with the two deciding to land on him with karate kicks and blows leaving him totally immobilized.
Upon completing their mission, the two vanished in thick air as well-wishers rushed Murangiri to the local Nyambene level 4 Hospital where he was pronounced dead upon arrival.
The sleuths based in Meru have launched a man hunt for the second accomplice in the murder.
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