As reported by the Star, it is saddening to realize the unusual activities that the youths have always involved themselves in without considering the repercussions. The report indicated that a man had slain his lover of whom he was later suspected to have buried her body after commiting such a inhumane sin.
This particular scene had been encountered in Nandi South as reported by Chief John Owuoth. Chief Owuoth had confirmed with the stir that the suspect had been sued after the lady in question was suspected to have been missing. This definitely made them to begin their investigations with the closest person to that lady.
The suspect who is also known as Naftali Avendi, had been arrested and he is held behind the bars as the the area OCPD intends to initiate a court order so that the body of the lady could be removed from the burial site for the purposes of conducting autopsy. This particular operation intends to reveal what possibly could have caused the death of that lady.
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