It has been recently been revealed that River Tana is being used as a dumping site for dead bodies. In Tana River County, earlier today police officers recovered yet another dead body by the bank of Tana River. Witnesses have come forward to disclose that the body of the deceased was identified by a young boy who was herding by the river bank.
The Police Commander in charge of the operation revealed that the body found has been preserved at Garissa Mortuary. Investigations are still ongoing to find out what happened and to also determine the identity of the john doe.
The residents of Mororo village are complaining that the level of killings in the area has risen in the past months. According to the police report, a total of 16 bodies have been recovered in River Tana within a grace period of 3 months.
The police also added that the killer(s) have changed their tactics. They have stopped dumping bodies into the river and have started burying them in shallow graves.
The residents are begging the government to conduct an autopsy report on the bodies to determine their cause of death.
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