Dark cloud grazed one family leaving them in mourning after the sudden death of a senior Kenya defense force officer.
Source revealed that the late Daniel Omollo was found dead in his house at a place known as Makwanga, Kahawa Wendani in Kiambu county under unclear circumstances. Reports indicated that he was found dead with deep cuts in his body.
The late was staying with his wife and two children, one of the neighbors said that he was seen yesterday being so distress. The neighbor also added that commotion and screaming were heard from his house over the night.
It is not yet clear whether the late officer was being attacked by unknown people or he was exchanging a fight with his wife. Police officers were informed of the incident and came to the scene to investigate the cause of his death.
Further reports indicated that his wife who is a prime suspect was arrested and taken to custody to help in investigations. Police officers also called upon members of the public to share any information they may be having to facilitate investigations.
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