A man identified as Swalaha has lost his life after he was poisoned by thugs while he was traveling from Nairobi to Mombasa to see his family after returning from Qatar.
From the video shared by one of his close relatives, she reveals that their son boarded a bus and befriended someone who was sitting next to him in the bus.
They talked for a while and when they shook hands he started loosing conscious but no one noticed as they thought he must just be sleeping as the journey was long.
On arrival the person sitting next to him alighted with all the belongings of Swalaha and that's when the conductor and driver noticed he was not moving.
They approached him and asked him what was going on, he told them that he has been poisoned by the person sitting next to him and does not feel well before passing out.
Checking in his pocket, they found his receipt which had his father's cell phone number and they called him. He was taken to Kilifi hospital and later transferred to Coast general where he lost his life.
Many people have condemned this act saying it's a new way in which thieves are stealing from people along Nairobi Mombasa route.
It's Swalaha was very excited to meet his family as they had been apart for so long, his always send home the small amount he had as he worked in Qatar.
The father wishes that the people involved in his son's murder to be found and brought to justice and also to ensure such things do not happen to anyone else.
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