According to the latest news by Radio citizen, five suspected thugs have been gunned by police in Kakamega county. According to the news, photos of where the scene happened show some mobile phones, guns, and pistols that might have been stolen from people.
This habit of stealing has become rampant, and police should tighten their belts to rescue people from these dangerous "animals". This comes few minutes after a man was found to have been killed outside his house in Kakamega county, which has left the family of the deceased in deep sorrow. Being in tears, they have revealed that they don't know who killed their father and urged police to carry out an investigation which will help to know who took their father's life away.
Death cases are increasing exponentially, especially in this county whereby today has been a bad day for the people of Kakamega. This is after another class seven pupil was found dead a few meters from the schools where she used to go to learn.
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