Sad news has engulfed residents of Bomet County after a shop owner killed neighbour over Ksh. 400 debt. Police Officers from Bomet County have arrested the shopkeeper who allegedly stabbed Evans Mutai on the chest.
According to Directorate of Criminal Investigations, the two had an argument over Ksh. 400 debt which the deceased owed the shopkeeper. The two then had a heated argument which led to the shopkeeper stabbing the deceased on the right side of his chest outside his shop. A concerned villager who stumbled on the body informed Police officers who immediately rushed to the scene.
@DCI_Kenya Police in Bomet have detained a man who killed his neighbour last night, over a Sh400 debt. Evans Mutai who owns a shop at Sibaiyan location was arrested after he stabbed Festus Keter, 35, on the chest and went on to trade merchandise at his premises unperturbed.
DCI detectives have recovered a blood stained knife which is the weapon. It will be used as an exhibit when Mutai will be arraigned in the Court of Law on Monday.
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