Mystery in City mortuary, Nairobi county. Man from, Kangundo constituency of Machakos County, has been found dead.
Going by the reports, the deceased's names are James Nduva. His dead body had injuries on the arms and 'private' parts.
Narrating the scene; Nduva was enjoying a drink with his cousin at Kwa Kim bar in Tala, yesterday night before curfew. All over sudden, police officers arrived in a Land Cruiser and called him outside for a word.
According to Nduvi's cousin, "Nixon Mbaki, the police officers ended up arresting Nduvi. At the time, it was almost late, therefore Mbaki went home and woke today to go know Nduvi's whereabouts."
Unfortunately, Nixon was shocked at Tala police station. The reports he found were, Nduvi wasn't arrested.
At the time, "Nixon was left confused but after doing his investigations he came to learn that Nduvi is dead and has been dumped at City Mortuary."
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