The 24-year-old was reportedly stabbed twice in the neck by an unknown person after they argued over a woman said to be relatively new in the area.
The cuts are profound, which shows he was cut with a sharp blade, the blood spilled everywhere even a few drops have been followed to Siongiroi wellbeing focus where he was surged by some Good Samaritan," said Siongiroi area boss Joseph Ngeno.
The lady being referred to, who allegedly as of late moved to Siongiroi region from Sotik, escaped in the wake of seeing the episode. The perished has since been recognized as a day researcher at Kapsinendet Secondary School in Chepalungu sub-area.
Officials in Chebunyo police post are by and by holding a male presume who is supporting with examinations.
Chepalungu sub-district police supervisor Nelson Masai said he has dispatched more officials to the ground to direct further test. The body of the perished was moved to Longisa district reference medical clinic funeral home.
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