Murder incidences have been increasing day by day across different counties here in Kenya. Majority of these murder cases country wide are associated by murder.
According to Ravine news reports on their social media platforms, police Officers on Saturday have retrieved a body of unknown person that was dumped on a river namely Maragua in Muran'ga county.
Police says that eleven murder suspects have been arrested from the past two month in that county. The body of that unknown man has been found his hands tied with a rope behind the back.
Murder is a sin before God and people should respect other people's lives because life is a gift from God and is the one who has authority to take it.
We are condemning that incident and we hope that DCI will continue doing their investigations and the suspects should be arrested with Immediate effects. Thanks for reading and also don't forget to share your opinion and thoughts concerning that incident and stay tuned by following me for more breaking news.
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