Detectives in kirinyanga has launched investigations to bring two women to book after they allegedly drugged a 59 years old man Samuel Irungu to death. Samuel Irungu was seen at a drinking spree at kagio kirinyanga county with two women.
Irungu later invited the two women to his house for and took with him takeaway beers as they made merry with the two women. However, his body was found in the next morning lying on the bed. The two ladies who are reportedly from Nairobi were nowhere to be found.
According to reports by the relatives, Mr Irungu invited the two women to his house and continued merrymaking with them. However, the party did not last long as the women drugged him and and left with his money and other valuables of unknown amount.
The following day his family members found his lifeless body lying on the bed with clothes on the table. Items were scattered allover his house indicating the ladies were looking for something more valuable.
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