Abagusii Council of Elders, Culture And Development,have condemned those who burnt four women in Marani Subcounty on alleged witchcraft.Led by the chairman Mr.Matindura Araka,they said that killing other human beings was a taboo."We castigate this evil in the strongest terms possible."Said Matundura.photo:Mr.Matundura Araka.￼
He was flanked by his secretary Mr.Bosire Angwenyi who echoed his sentiments.Bosire appealed to the police to do thorough investigations and arrest those who committed the attrocity.He asked the residents to volunteer information and reveal those who lived amongst themselves but bent towrads breaking the law.photo:Bosire Angwenyi.
Kisii county police chief Mr.Francis Kooli,confirmed that seven suspects had been arrested in connection with the murder."We have arrested a god number of them who are assisting us with the investigation."He said.photo:The police.
The relatives of those who had been killed,appeals to the government to assist them bury them.Thry said that the death came suddenly and caudgt them unpreparsf."We appeal to the government to see where to chip in and assist us.'apoeaoed Jared Makana.
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