Sebastian Matundura of Igonga area in Bonchari Kisii county surrendered himself to the police as he confessed to be the murder of his 30 year old stepson .According to the chief police report,Sebastian had a fight with his son on Sunday night when he used a jembe to struck his head and afterwards stabbing him to death
This comes after several crime incidents have been recently reported in the same county.The government has also raised it's concerns on the rapid growing crime scenes in kisii county .Kenyans have also reacted on social media platforms following these recent scenes.Some of them calling upon the police to do their best in curbing the rising murder cases in the county.
Following the incident,most Kenyans have hilariously made fun of the county,some saying that Kisii should be completely fenced off and be given it's own president .The incident has left many with mixed reactions since the crimes have become too much
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