Cases of insecurity have been reported and vividly increasing day by day across different counties here in Kenya. Insecurity cases has subjected people lives to be in danger hence at a point leading Kenyans to riot so that government should intervene. These cases includes bandictry attack, Alshaab attack, robbery involving youths across different counties especially in Nairobi etc.
According to the latest news that has been shared online by Thika Town today news media via Facebook, unknown middle aged man has been found murdered by unknown people and his body dumped along Thika Superhighway. That incident reportedly happened early in the mourning just few meters from Witeithe Bridge off Thika Superhighway.
His lifeless body was found dumped on a Shamba hence sparking mixed controversial debates among Kenyans on social media.
The identity of that middle aged man has not yet been revealed but we are hoping that soon the police based in Thika will do their investigation and share details concerning that incident and keep you updated.
Kenyans on social media have shared their different opinions and thoughts concerning that incident whereby some section of netizens have condemned that incident with immediate effects and wants suspects to be arrested with immediate effects. Other netizens have urged Kenyans to embrace loving one another and living like brothers and sisters.
We are sending out our condolences messages to the family and friends of the deceased hence wishing his soul to rest in eternal peace. We are also pleading with the government to find the alternative ways of dealing with insecurity cases here in Kenya which are making Kenyans fearing their lives especially during this season of elections.
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