Lugari sub-district police officer Bernard Ngungu when he addressed the media in his office
Police in Lugari have dispatched examinations concerning the death of an obtainment official at the Turbo National Youth Service (NYS) station whose body was found rotting inside his home.
Affirming the occurrence, Lugari Sub-region Police Commander Bernard Ngungu said the official who lives alone disappeared from the work station since Tuesday a week ago raising worry from other staff.
"He hadn't detailed for obligation since Tuesday and no one thought about his whereabouts," said the sub-province police chief.
His partners dispatched a quest for him and constrained section into his home which had been bolted from inside. He said the staff had to break a windowpane to the official's home and on peeping inside they were stunned to find his decaying body lying on the floor before the matter was accounted for at Turbo police headquarters.
The security group along with the NYS staff had to crush the spirit entryway to get to the body which was subsequently eliminated and taken to Kimbilio Home Nursing Mortuary in the adjoining Uasin Gishu County for posthumous.
Ngungu said the case has been taken over by the DCI office who are seeking after it to unwind the reason for his passing.
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