Dramatic scene was witnessed from a little known Njambini village, Kinangop constituency, Nyandarua county in the former Central province when a man aged twenty five identified as James Mwangi died on the spot after being electrocuted by electricity.
According to a local or rather resident who sought anonymity for security reasons, the gentleman is an irresponsible drunkard who spent most of the time moving from one alcohol bar to another taking illegal brews. "He climbed on the transformer, hugged and kissed the live wires." He said.
Conferming the incident, the area senior chief disclosed that the cases of drugs abuse is on the rise and have urged police and other politician leaders to help the community overcome the menace. The body was collected from the scene by uniformed officers and was taken to JM Kariuki memorial hospital mortuary waiting to be buried once the investigation is concluded.
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