Grief As a Man That Went Missing Found Dead in Naivasha
By Culver | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 7695 views
A cloud of grief engulfed Naivasha residents after they found a body of a man dumped at Karai trading center. The man is said to have disappeared days ago. His family kept looking for him in vain. It was until today that they were informed of his body lying at the market.
The police arrived to inspect the scene. Prior reports by the officers revealed that the man might have been intoxicated before his death. Confirming the case, the Naivasha OCPSamuel Waweru said that the man might have lost his life due to illicit drinking.
His family members however said that their kin might have been killed by unknown people. The OCPD asked them to be calm and wait for a postmortem reports since it could reveal the actual cause of his demise.
On his head were slight injuries. The man is said to have been new in there. His family members that arrived at the scene said that it wasn't not common for him to visit the area. His body was taken to the morgue awaiting an autopsy before a clear report is given.
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