For Perminus Wanjohi, Moses Nyachae and the other five men whose bodies were discovered in Kasarani, it was their final resting place. When two families disputed over the whereabouts of Omeka's remains, the mystery of their death only grew.
Omeka's body parts have been dismembered. Family members tried unsuccessfully to remove Omeka's remains from the aforementioned mortuary on Thursday, June 23. The body of Joseph Njau ng'endo, a would-be MCA candidate from Njiru ward, was discovered in the Kijabe forest.
According to officials, Omeka's body was found two days later with another family in Machakos county. His fingers, toes, and legs had been hacked off, as well as the majority of his skin.
Several Kenyans have contacted the police on social media to find out who is responsible for the murders of five men in Kenya. Others believe this will allow their souls to be at rest.
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