There was grief in Ivakale village of Shinyalu Sub-county after the body of a man that went missing was found in a nearby sugarcane plantation. The man is said to have gone to church with his family on Sunday but did not return home after the service.
His family is in great pain after losing their father. His disappearance and sudden death has left villagers with grief. Residents said that the body was found in his neighbour's sugarcane plantation.
It took the villagers two days to find him. They suspect that he was kidnapped by unknown people who later dumped his body in the farm. His family has called upon the county government to launch investigations into the matter and arrest the suspects involved.
The incident has since caused fear amongst the Shinyalu residents. The area chief has however assured them of their safety saying that the police have started investigating the matter to unravel the mystery behind the man's disappearance and death.
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