Authorities in Siaya county have launched investigations into an incident where a man in his late 20s killed a neighbour for mocking his intimacy skills.
Marvin Onyango, 30, was killed by George Onyango, 28, after Marvin made mocking comments about George's intimacy prowess.
"Preliminary investigations reveal that prior to the incident, the deceased had been mocking the suspect for being a Johnny-come-lately in marrying his wife, after what the deceased described as ‘being assisted by other men’,” the standard reported.
The suspect smashed the deceased with a club killing him instantly according to authorities.
The mean comments to the suspect from the deceased are the ones that provoked him, hence reaching for a weapon and striking the deceased without mercy.
The body of the deceased was moved to a nearby morgue awaiting postmortem.
The suspect, George Onyango, is still at large even as police officers commence investigations into the bizarre murder.
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