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"Mguu Niponye" Man Survives Lynching After Being Accused Of Using 'Black Magic' To Kill His Relative

Police officers from Migori are currently investigating an incident that happened today in the afternoon after a man is reported to have survived a possible Lynching from his family members who accused him of killing his relative using black magic.

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According to the reports Given by Citizen tv, it has been revealed that the victim was in his house before a number of his family members came and pulled him out after which they started beating him accusing him of killing his relative.

Confirming this incident, Migori police boss has revealed that they received an alert from one of the locals who called them fearing for the man's life. However, he went ahead and added that they are yet to find the victim who is reported to have fled from the crime scene.

This is happening at the same time when police officers from Kisii are currently investigating an incident that happened a few days ago where four elderly women were murdered on claims that they were witches.

According to the reports given by a reliable source of information, it has been revealed that the deceased were allegedly pulled out of their houses after which they were beaten to death by suspects who later fled from the crime scene.

Reacting to this incident, the inspector General of police, Hillary Mutyambai has called upon kenyans Cautioning them against taking matters into their own hands because it could land them in jail. According to the reports given by Hillary Mutyambai, he said that it was so unfortunate that kenyans would kill suspects rather than take them to the police station for more investigation.

On to what might be considered as good news, the suspects who were linked to the murder of the deceased were arrested and taken to jail awaiting to be charged.

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