Residents in Emachingwi Mumias have been left being speechless over a murder case that has happened some minutes ago. TV 47 has revealed that the man who did this was aged 33 years, and he allegedly attacked his parents over a land dispute where he managed to kill his mother and afterward leaving his father with serious injuries. One of the neighbors said that he happened to reach that homestead a few minutes after this went on, where he found the father of this man battling his life helplessly.
The neighbor saw this man over bleeding, where they called one of the Boda Boda riders who made his efforts to take him to hospital. His innocent mother couldn't even breathe, because he was stabbed several times in her chest where he died after death robbed her life. Investigations are now going on to know the exact cause of this inhumane act, and police are working together with the neighbors to ensure they arrest this young man.
Murder cases have been rampant, and land disputes have been a daily hymn where our government needs to chip in and do something.
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