Aman was found death in ariver today.His death surprised the residents of Bombeta village in KIsii county. According to area chief Ambrose Gichana,the man left his home yesterday for another village but he never returned.photo:River.
His wife and children made a follow up today morning but found the body drowned at the local Nyagisai river.Their screams attracted villagers who came to the troubled scene.They alerted the police from KIsii county who retrieved the body.Preliminary investigation indicated that the man plunged into the river as he crossed on a delicate bridge.photo:The fateful bridge.
Kisii county police boss Jabel Munene identified the body as Silas Omurwa Makori 41 years old from Bombeta village."We shall give more details after the postmortem report."Said Mr.Munene.photo:Police.
The villagers led by area chief, appealed to the local leadership to repair the bridge to avoid future dangers.They said that the bridge is commonly used by villagers of Nyanguru and students going to Nyaore polytechnic.They said that in the past,school pupils have missed death narrowly as they crossed the bridge.
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