Today, residents and locals in Namable, Busia county, have been left speechless. This happened after some locals killed the village headman after discovering him to be hiding a possible burglar.
James Tiangi, according to the source, was stabbed and attacked in his home by unidentified locals yesterday evening. James passed away instantly as a result of overbreeding.
Geoffrey Mulanyamu, a local member of parliament, denounced the act and encouraged the police to expedite the investigation and make sure the suspects were brought to justice.
The residents have also been urged to use legal channels rather than enforcing the law to resolve disputes. In order to reduce occurrences of insecurity in the area, the locals have also been requested to report the authorities any suspicious activity or individuals.
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