The body of a man who drowned in River Nyamidi in Kirinyaga County while taking a selfie with his girlfriend on Easter Sunday has been retrieved by police officers.
Residents of the altruistic and exemplary climate of Mwea where left in great aghast as they watched the body of 36 year old Dickson Mugo floating on the waters of River Nyamidi. They notified police who hastily came and retrieved the body from the river.
His remains were ferried to Kerugoya Referral Hospital Mortuary. The body of the lady who was with Mugo when the unfortunate event happened was found a week ago and was ferried to the same mortuary.
On that fateful Easter Sunday, Mugo in the company of his girlfriend graced the eminent Mbiri Village in Kirinyaga on a motorcycle and slowly walked towards the banks of the swollen river Nyamidi in order to enjoy the beauteous scenery of the eminent river.
As they took a selfie in remembarance of that fateful occasion, unfortunately, they slipped and fell into the ravaging Waters of the river and were washed away.
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