Recently, our country have recorded high cases of killings. Many who have been killed by mobs are mainly suspects.
Also some suspects who are doing these evil acts have been arrested. Like in Kisii County, some suspects who participated in killing of 4 old women were arrested by police officers.
According to the source, new twist to the case of Brian, the male student who was caught in girl dormitory and later lynched have emerge. It has been reported that, 5 watchmen have been arrested by the DCI and are in custody. The said guards of Komothai Girls Secondary school are accused of participating on killing of Brian. They are expected to appear in court on 26th ,October.
Furthermore, DCI has revealed that they are still searching other 5 students who escaped after storming dormitory whereby Brian was caught and brutally killed.
These watchmen should be responsible because it is a crime to kill.
Let us come together and condemn these terrible behaviours.
May the soul of Brian rest in peace.
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