A 24-year-old kdf recruit was on Wednesday morning found dead inside his car under unclear circumstances in Mombasa County.
Simon Kangethe reportedly took drinks together with two women at a local bar on Friday night last week.
The trio allegedly proceeded to parking only to be found dead today morning.
The latest came shortly after kdf recruits passed out on Friday in a colourful ceremony presided over by President Kenyatta at the recruits training school in Moi Barracks in Eldoret.
The deceased body was recovered inside his vehicle's front seats with face covered by clothes.
The deceased, 24, joined the Kenya Defence Force in late February this year having successfully underwent the basic nine months paramilitary training.
Police said that they are yet to establish what led to his death.
Before the publication of this report, the police were yet to move the body to the morgue.
The officers have launched a manhunt for the two ladies who are still at large.
Cases of youths loosing their lives in miserable ways under unknown reasons has been increasingly high.
The latest one brings to three the total number of people found dead in a similar situation.
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