Reports from Kisii county, Nyamache in Sugubo village show that four people have been killed following land disputes. The police officers of the region have started investigation to determine thew major cause of the mystery killings.
The area OCPD Kipkulei Kipkemoi, said that their has been a long disagreements in the family of James Kerandi concerning tussle over land. This tension attracted angry villagers on Saturday evening.
Kipkulei Kipkemoi said that three houses were destroyed by fire and the amount of property which was destroyed in the houses is currently not known. He added that the angry villagers used crude weapons like, fork jembes, pangas, arrows, and machete to kill the three who died.
Reports also show that a multi agency organization has collected samples from the crime scene to examine them. One who escaped who never died is now receiving treatment in Kisii referral hospital as others were taken to Nyamache morgue awaiting autopsy.
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