Incidents of Kenyans being killed and their bodies dumped in secluded areas have been on the rise in the recent past with the government doing its best to bring the culprits to book.
The shocking scenes have seen many people lose their lives under circumstances that cannot be explained over the past few months.
Kiambu County has suffered the brunt of these killings whose motivation is still unknown with many locals calling on the security apparatus in the area to protect them.
This morning, according to the available reliable reports that we have with us from Thika Town in Kiambu County, a man's body is said to have been found dumped at Ngoigwa Estate.
The body is said to have been dumped at Business Center while one is heading towards Classic as per the reports that we have with us from the scene.
The man appears to have been killed elsewhere and his body shipped to that location and dumped in the middle of the night.
Residents allege that the man might have been raped as his trousers are lowered exposing his behind as per the reports that we have with us from the scene.
Police have not yet arrived to collect the body from the scene of the crime this morning as per the reports that are available.
The identity of the man is still unknown as his body was found this morning at the area in Ngoigwa Estate in Thika.
Let us know your thoughts and opinions on this latest development in the comments section below this article on the discovery of the body.
Picture courtesy. Image from the scene where the body of the man was discovered this morning.
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