A middle aged man was hucked to death by his colleague over two hundred shillings. The argument broke at around 9:00 pm where the two gentlemen decided to square it out by getting into each other's skin . After the fight the young man went for a dagger 🗡️ and bumped on the deceased living him to bleed to death.The suspect is now on the wind.
Unfortunately during the barial ceremony, one of the"Mzee wa nyumba kumi " stood and requested the family of the deceased to settle his debt of shillings two hundred. The mourners who were taken by the old man's demand shouted at him, forcing him to cut short his speech. The man was rescued by the presiding pastor from the hands of the furious mourners. This happened after another 30 years old man was beaten to death by the Landlord after a tenant who was the deceased x-girlfriend cried for help. The young man had forced himself into the x-girlfriend's house. He was laid to rest in his village in Kuresoi North sub- county
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