Khayega police post in Kakamega County have 'detained' a bull which is nicknamed as 'Tusker' for killing a sixty-year-old woman. The owner of the bull is said to be arrested as the police continue to investigate the incident.
According to the police report, the bull became wild before charging at three women and crushing one of them to death. The woman was identified as Felistus Luda.
It is said that Josphat Bilimo, the owner of the bull, was taking it back home after a bullfighting match, it became uncontrollable before charging to the women. The bull knocked down the woman as she tried to flee the scene.
Unfortunately, the old woman was unable to save herself as she could not run faster due to injuries she sustained during the incident. The bull trampled over her several times before she died.
The police were called to rescue the 'killer bull' as the angry villagers wanted to lynch it using machetes and other weapons. Mr. Josphat will be arraigned to court on thursday as he is accused of intentional negligence in handling the bull.
This is not the first incident like this to happen as in South Sudan, the police detained a sheep for killing a woman. The sheep was later sentenced to three years.
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