Sad News to a family as a Woman Aged 28 Years Old Succumbs Due to Electric Shock!
By Felixotoro | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 9 views
Death is very cruel and it comes without anyone expecting it. It's bad news to one family in Nyamira County following the demise of a woman aged 28 years old who died of electric shock.
The incident happened in Mongolisi area in Nyamira, reported that the woman by the name Monicah Oyugi Nyanchama is said to have died on the spot after she touched the illegally connected power in the region.
According to Mr. Moses Oyugi the husband of the late Monicah said his wife encountered the brutal death when she was heading to the posho mill early in the morning.
The Nyumba Kumi chairman in the village Mr. Thomas Mung'are has called upon the Kenya Power and Lighting Company (KPLC) to carry out investigation and arrest the rogue citizens who have connected the electricity cables illegally.
In conclusion, the source of this information is from a local radio station known as Radio Citizen and the news reporter is Fred Nge'tich, the news are dated today 6/2/21 morning at 6:00 am.
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