Apassanger travelling from Nairobi to Kisii town,was found death on his seat in the bus.Accorcing to the driver of the Guardian Bus,the vehicle stopped at Chepirate town to allow some passangers to alight but the deceased remained on the seat."When Instructed my conductor to check on what was wrong,we found that the man was death.'Briefed the driver.photo:The bus.
They informed the police at Keroka station who came and searched the bus.Most passangers feared and abandoned the bus before their destination.The police searched the man's luggage and found some medical report and drugs.The hospital report showed that he had been attending hospital for treatment but had been discharged three days early.He was identified as Dennis Uhuru,Aman of 33 years.photo:Police.
The police took his body to Keroka Hospital Mortuary in Keroka town for preservation and investigations.They informed his next of kin through his mobile phone which they picked from his pocket.photo:Keroka town.
Nyamira county police commander Mr.Patrick Ngeiywa, confirmed the death.He cautioned passangers from travelling alone because when danger arose,it was impossible to trace their next of kin.He asked Transport operators to take details of their passengers at the boarding stages for security reasons. "Let our stage managers observe travelling security measures.'He cautioned.
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