Tradegdy in Siaya County has a 29 year old man commit suicide next to a school fence.
The scene of crime was specifically around Usire location in Bondo sub location. The man known has Paul Nduwei committed suicide using a rope on a tree next to Usire Primary School's fence. His body has been taken to Bondo Mortuary for post mortem.
According to Bondo residence, the man from Rariada Sub County come to commit suicide in his wife home place in Usire. The residence also thinks the man had a disagreement with his mother in law and wife. And maybe the latter made the man annoyed, so in turn he committed suicide next to Usire Primary fence which is also next to his wife's home place.
According to area police officers, they are still on with their investigations despite of the area residence reports. The police have also advised people not to commit suicide especially next to public centers.
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