A man in his 30s is nursing wounds after he purportedly endeavored to slaughter himself on Sunday after murdering a neighbour in Nyangaya town in Awendo, Migori County.
Concurring to zone chief Guda Yuka, 33-year-ancient Saina Atieno was found dead interior the house of the suspect recognized as Ochieng, who moreover had a opening throat and was lying on the floor within the same house.
Neighbors said that Atieno was seen with Ochieng heading to his house almost early afternoon some time recently her body, which had a few profound cuts, was found laying on the floor.
They too detailed that clamor was listened from the house many minutes afterward some time recently add up to hush followed.
Mr. Guda included that upon entry at the scene, he found that the entryway was bolted with a latch from interior, with the key put at the window.
Ochieng is hospitalized at Migori Level 4 Clinic whereas the body of the expired is protected at the same clinic mortuary.
Examinations into the occurrence are underway.
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