A decomposing body of a kisumu business man who was reported missing five days ago has been found dumped in a old compost pit in Nyamasaria kisumu.
The body of of Bromic Oyoo 35 years old who owns several businesses shops in Kisumu town was retrieved from neighbours old compost pit approximately 800 metres from is home.
"I was working on my farm at around 5pm in the evening when I decided to check on the old compost. On moving closer to the pit a disgusting odour was all over such a smell was unussual. In checking inside I discovered a body of a decomposing man with flies all over" Felix Otieno the owner of the farm said
Otieno alerted the neighbours who flocked at the scene on hearing bad news. The body was naked with only cloth wrapped on the head and had no physical injuries.
The business man went missing while on his way home immediately after alighting from a vehicle in Nyamasaria stage.
Area chief Carol Orata confirming the incident said she was shocked by the discovery of the body and said investigation had been instituted to establish the motive of well known business man with few words
"It is shocking but the police have started investigation to arrest the culprits" said Ms Carol
The family now wants invegative agencies to unravel the puzzle sorounding the killing of their kin.
The body of Oyoo was taken to Jaramogi oginga Odinga Teaching and referral hospital mortuary as it await postmortem to be conducted.
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