Public safety has been a cause for concern during this pandemic period as many Kenyans have been tremendously hit by the economic strain. This may have been on of the reasons petty crimes have slowly been on the rise.
Earlier today, residents of Kesse Werugha in Wundanyi Town, Taita Taveta County encountered a horrendous murder scene at their marketplace. The rattled and agitated residents came across a woman's body whose head had been decapitated in addition to the hands and legs being chopped off too.
The agitated residents were in shock and in disbelief of the scene. This was cited as a result of some young rogue youths who have been tormenting and disrupting the peace around the region.
Source reveals that some locals believe it may be a ritual of some sort because the state of murder is beyond inhumane. Police were called to the scene and cordoned off the area from the public.
The body was taken to the morgue and the security enforcers were urged to be stern to ensure security is achieved. Investigations have commenced and more reports to be relayed on findings.
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