A sombre mood was witnessed during the burial of two minor who had been brutally killed by their father and their bodies set ablaze in Mombasa cemetery.
Daniel Chacha and David Boke, the deceased children aged eight and four, were allegedly strangled to death by their father before he set their bodies on fire.
Confirming the incident is the Mombasa County police commander, Stephen Matu, who said that Jason Chacha, the father of the minors had gone into hiding after committing the heinous act. Days later, his body was found hanging from a tree near their home. It is allleged that Jason committed suicide to avoid the long arm of the law from reaching him.
A postmortem conducted on the bodies of the minors bodies show that they had been strangled befor their bodies were set ablaze.
According to the police reports, Jason allegedly killed his two sons in a revenge mission after entering into an argument with his wife and threatened to kill her.
The police are still on with investigations. May the souls of the two children rest in peace.
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