In the country, there are many people who are living in different places. Unfortunately, cases of people dying in Kisii County have been increasing this year, leaving several families in mourning. Further, some of the incidences that have been reported in the county are caused by criminals.
According to the source, Kisii residents and Kenyans at large have been thrown into deep mourning after another man died after being burned beyond recognition. As per the latest updates shared by a well-known source this afternoon, it has emerged that the deceased, who died, had booked a lodging a few kilometers from his home. He died after a fire broke out before burning the lodging he had booked at Egesa Bar and restaurants. It has emerged that six people were inside the house before the incident.
Let us come together as the Opera News family and pray for the family during this time.
This just came in after similar cases of fire incidents were confirmed in the country.
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