Nowadays in Kenya, crime is not news but the order of the day. Currently, the residents of Shahenzo village in Kakamega county have been left in shock and fear after one lady was found dead inside her house. According to K24 digital the deceased has been identified as Rosemary Mamonyi. Sources indicated that Rosemary's neighbor went to Rosemary's home to ask for her money which she had lend Rosemary the previous night only to find silence at Rosemary's house. Upon calling Rosemary no one answered. Therefore, she got suspicious and informed other neighbors. When the broke into Rosemary's house, they were shocked to find Rosemary lying naked and lifeless on her bed. The deceased's body had signs of strangling and blood was oozing from her mouth. According to police reports, it is suspected that Rosemary was defile before she was kills. In addition, the thugs also stole some items from Rosemary's house. The villager of Shahenzo blame the idlers who roam around with no aim. The body of Rosemary was taken to Kitale Morgue awaiting for autopsy.
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