Cases of people killing one another is increasing everyday in the country. The main reason behind this is the small disagreements between individuals. Therefore, it is high time to carry out public campaigns over the alternative ways of creating peace between individuals.
According to reliable sources, officers are looking for a 61-year-old man who stabbed and killed his employer in an argument in a bar in Kamuwongo, Kitui County.
Reports given by police indicates that Maanzi Kitemi is missing after he allegedly stabbed and killed John Muneni Kiteme who operated a butchery in the area. The two were reported to have argued over unknown reasons.
According to the eyewitnesses, the assailant picked a knife in the butchery and stabbed Kiteme in the chest killing him there on the spot before running away.
The lifeless body of the diseased was taken to the nearby morgue awaiting for postmortem examination. Meanwhile, police have launched immediate investigations to find the whereabouts of this 61-year-old assailant.
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