Man Butchers Best Friend in Cold Blood Over Ksh 200 Debt in Kuresoi
By INTRODUCTION | self meida writer
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A man in Kuresoi South's Keringet Township has murdered his best friend in cold blood over debt amounting to Ksh 200 as they enjoyed themselves at a local pub in the area.
It's stated that the murderer friend turned on his friend after arguing that he didn't owe his friend the alleged Ksh 200. Chaos broke when he ordered to be refunded back his money but received a rather hostile response from the deceased.
After the incident, police were notified to which they arrived, picked the deceased body and arrested the friend. Police are set to investigate to the actual cause of the murder.
The incident which invited a crowd, has been condemned by elders for taking matters into their own hands over mere issues. Residents are advised to also watch out for toxic friendships and report any such cases before they actually happen.
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