Kenya power lighting company (KPLC) worker recovered human skeleton while clearing bush along Mombasa Road, Nairobi County.
Timothy Gitonga said he came across the skeleton at around 5pm on Thursday evening and notified the police.
Nairobi County Police Commander who confirmed the incident said that their officers who toured the site respond by moving it to Nairobi City morgue.
According to the police boss, Timothy was clearing the bush belonging to kenya power which is located along Mombasa Road.
"We will conduct autopsy exercise on the skeleton as we continue with our investigations,” said the officer.
The latest development comes barely few months when the remains of a KPLC worker was also found dumped along the bush.
The body of John Lewis, 38, a KPLC worker at the company was found dumped inside the bush by unknown assailants.
The body had physical wounds on the neck, arms and stomach, a clear indication he was tortured to death.
Meanwhile, the police are ongoing with the investigations concerning the Thursday evening incident.
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