A body of a 12-year-old boy was found lying helplessly on Sunday morning in Seguton village, Kuresoi South, Nakuru county, it is believed that he was forced to engage in the act before being killed by unknown people.
The scenario has forced residents to engage in protests against the random increase in security, they are pointing a finger at the security personnel who they feel have neglected their duties and left people to roam past curfew hours.
The body of the deceased boy was discovered by some villagers near Suguton river, his hands were tied from behind and a piece of cloth was forced inside his mouth. Despite his state, blood was still oozing from his backside.
The residents together with some administration officials to their anger at the roads where they blocked some roads for hours. They demanded that the police in the area should held accountable for what had happened because they allowed criminals to operate past curfew hours.
However, police officers are investigating the death of the young boy, and those responsible will be held accountable as time goes by. The body of the deceased is currently in the Molo sub-county hospital mortuary awaiting for postmortem to be carried out.
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