Kakamega Central OCPD
Kakamega central police officers have retained Dominic Musungu who is said to kill his younger brother Silas Mwirotsi due to family quarrels. According to Kakamega central OCPD David Kabena, said that they are going on with investigation to know the cause of all that.
"My office has started following the murder case to identify the family quarrels that resulted in the death of Silas Mwirosti who is said to be twenty-five years old", explained David Kabena.
Speaking at Luvambo village, Shibuye sublocation in Shinyalu sub-county on his side Joseph Imbayi their father stated that his two sons have always had quarrels whenever they’re together failing to understand what they are up to.
“It was yesterday evening when my elder son arrived home from Eldoret town where he works to see how his family is faring on and that’s the time when his younger brother told him that he isn’t going to enter the home”, said their father.
Area residents have cautioned against the act saying that killings in the area are resulting from excess alcohol and thereby being one of the reasons that make young boys and girls engage in such ill activities.
“Shinyalu district has had cases of alcohol for quite a long time. We have tried to find a way on how that can permanently stop through involving the leaders we chose but all have been in vain”, explained area residents.
Consequently, the family is now calling upon for help in fundraising for the burial arrangements stating that they have nothing to rely on.
“Despite my late child being the cause of all these, we shall follow our customs by organizing a good burial ceremony according to our Isukha customs so as to initiate our ancestors. And we request anyone to help us raise the little amount they have so that the body laid at the mortuary can also be operated”, added their mother.
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