In the horrible Monday evening murder incident at their Nyagesu home, four kilometers from Mogogosiek town, a 35-year-old man named Charles Tanui is claimed to have sliced his elder brother seven times on the head, neck, and wrists with a panga.
According to K24 report, the suspect was harvesting tea in the tea plantation and as soon as his brother and father arrive, chaos ensues.
The incident caused the father to flee for safety and raise an alarm, which alerted the locals, who raced to the rescue and rushed the man to a nearby health center.
He was then taken to Litein Mission Hospital, where he died as a result of his injuries.
According to the police chief, detectives arrived at the location and discovered a blood-stained rusty panga and a yellow hooded top left behind by the perpetrator, who eventually surrendered to the authorities.
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