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Panic In Naivasha after Another Person Is Beheaded and His Head Stolen By his Killer's

Residents of Naivasha woke up to a scary scene after a middle-aged man was Beheaded by an unknown assailant and his head vanishing with the same killers.

According to sources, the young man identified as Karanja was a casual laborer in the area.

The area Nyumba Kumi leader said Karanja met his death hours after receiving payment from a construction site he was working in.

It is yet to be established who killed the young man and why they did so.

It has however been established that the area where Karanja was murdered has been infested by some rogue youths who idle at a nearby railway line.

Residents have expressed their fear as to how people have been losing their lives in the area with no yet to be arrested for the heinous acts.

The shocking incident comes at a time when a lady was found brutally murdered and her body sliced into several pieces.

The incident took place in the neighboring Murang'a county where a man is alleged to have committed the heinous act using a power saw.

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Mburu... These days if you are alive for at least one year, you deserve a 21 gun salute at STATEHOUSE and guard of honor witnessed by RAILA and his brother Uhuru.

David... I don't hear the language but am in tears cause the prayer of that woman moved me it really painful God intervene

Sam... Again? First, they skinned someone in Kiambu like a goat, then a lady in Murang'a was killed n cut in 3nparts, now a man has been beheaded. It's like people have lost humanity n turned to demons or are they doing this for rituals may God keep each n every person out there safe. People have really lost their humanity.

Joshua... The problem with us Kenyans is confusing discipline with violence. The word discipline is derived from the word disciple. It is a continuous dialogue without involving violence.

Let's bring up our children as adherents, not victims of violence as is the case. Violence begets violence. Stop hurting children in the name of discipline and violence as a whole will diminish.

Omusee... Seems like nowadays humans are being slaughtered like animals the public security is something to question are we even safe wherever we are coz if this is what is happening each and every day Kenyans are we really safe? Food for thought, what about the kids we are giving birth who will sire them and are they safe if anything to ask to whom shall we cry to who will save mankind from all this but IPO siku

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Karanja Murang'a Naivasha Nyumba Kumi STATEHOUSE

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