Sundays morning ushers sombre mood to the residents of Mutewe village after two men have reportedly, died in a sewerage tunnel in Gichugu sub-county, Kirinyanga county. According to the sources the duo who are brothers were in a mission to open the tunnels to allow dirty water to pass through to decongest the tunnels.
Meanwhile, this comes after residents of the Mutewe village alerted the police who have ensured safe retrieval of the bodies alleged twins from the tunnel. Following the police reports the bodies of the two have been taken to Gichungu funeral home as the sleuths conduct further investigation to identify the cause of the death. This happened on Sunday's morning after the two brothers whom alleged to be twin brothers died in the sewage tunnel during the sewage treatment due to lack of oxygen.
Following the residents speech have cried to the government to ensure the sewerage tunnels have been improved to avoid unnecessary risk and deaths in the area. ''We are urging the county government to ensure the sewerage tunnels have been improved to avoid unnecessary risk and deaths,'' stated the area chief. You can click the link below to watch the video;
As the residents fear outbreak of dangerous diseases like cholera, and they have urged the county government to ensure that the problem is solved immediately.
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