Directorate of Criminal Investigation officer from Homabay County has started a through investigation against the the man who was spotted licking blood from the corpse.
The 22 years old man was arrested by the police from Homabay after the the mortuary attendant raise the case.
According to Citizen TV Kenya, the suspect is said to lick the blood from the body of Colin's Atienowho was a teacher atGul Kagembe in Langwe sub- county. The deseased is reported to have been shot by unknown people.
According to mortuary attendant, the suspect is said to have visited the sun county mortuary to view the body .He follows all the procedure and then allowed to enter . When he was coming towards the exit, this is where he spotted the corpse where the blood was oozing from the nose.
Mortuary attendant said he saw him when he knelt down and started licking the blood something which shock him.
He ( mortuary attendant) therefore , reported the matter to the police who arrested him. The police are ongoing with the investigation to find out whether the accused is associated with the murder.
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