Kisii Man Murdered After Killing His Class 8 Student Over a Face Mask
By Ericknewswritter. | self meida writer
Published 4 days ago - 11509 views
Its quite sad that double tragedy of death has hit one family at the same time in Kisii. This is after a man identified as Moses Morara was found dead in Nyangweta Forest in South Mugirango Kisii.
Mr Morara from Bomachoge Chache had beaten his class eight boy for not wearing a mask. The man did the heinous act last week after hitting the student with a blunt object on the head. Upon rushing him to Tabaka Mission hospital the young boy was pronounced dead due to internal bleeding. His body is being preserved at the same mortuary of Tabaka Hospital.
Just few days after doing the killing, his lifeless body was found today at Nyangweta Forest . His body had tied legs and hands and had knife stabbings. Its not clear whether he was killed by his villagers or a planned killing.
Investigations are undergoing to bring the killers into book. His body has been taken to Kisii Referral Hospital. The burial of the young boy he killed will take place this week at his Bomachoge Chache home. Thereafter, the burial if the father will take place after homicide police investigations have been completed
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