High Court advocate accosted and stabbed to death by a miscreant near Maasai Lodge, Kajiado County.
Police reports revealed that the advocate was on his way home when the incident happened.
The Law Society of Kenya (LSK) has urged the police to bring to book the assailant who stabbed Advocate Nyakeri Saturday morning.
The deceased reportedly succumbed to a stabbed wound inflicted on his neck by unknown assailant near Lodge in the outskirts of Ongata Rongai.
The motive behind the killing is still unkown with police now working around the clock to reveal that.
Police however, noted that preliminary investigations showed that Nyakeri together with his cousin were coming from a party near Osoita Lodge and were going home at around 5 am Saturday when a masked assailant accosted them.
The duo had noticed the assailant accost them for some distance and within a twinkle of an eye, the miscreant pounced on Nyakeri's leaving him with a deep wound on his neck.
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