Incidents of fires in Kisii County have been on the rise in the recent past as per the reports that we have with us from the area police department.
Businesses have especially suffered the brunt of these fires that have decimated shops and restaurants in the recent past as per the reports that we have with us.
This morning, according to the available reliable reports that we have with us from Kisii County, a man is said to have been burnt beyond recognition following a fire at Egesa Bar.
The popular club is located at an area in Kisii County that is known as Birongo which is along the busy Kisii to Keroka Highway.
One man is said to have lost his life in the night fire that saw the Kisii County Fire Department get there when the place had already been burnt to the ground.
The source of the fire has not yet been established as per the reports that we have with us but police from Birongo Police Post have started their investigations.
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Picture courtesy. Image used for illustration of the incident in Birongo.
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