The horrific story of a junior police officer who killed his boss and injured other officer colleagues has shocked many Kenyans
Julias Mdachi shot dead a senior police officer, injured other colleagues before he turned the gun on himself on Tuesday evening.
It was alleged that the shooting is linked to work issues. According to unconfirmed report sources, he was not impressed after he was removed from his work station, the county government of Nyamira'd head offices.
A quick scan through his social media platforms showed some of the photos he took while manning the county government of Nyamira's offices.
He was also a man who liked sharing his life happenings on social media, including posting photos of him while drinking local brews.
His most recent post on social media was on the recently marked Women's Day on March 8 2021.
He celebrated two women, one of them his mother.
"Happy Int'l Women's day to this lovely soul. "HAWE BEN" as they commonly call u, we LOVE U MUM.." he posted.
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