Today morning the country woke up in a somber mood after hearing the sad news about the demise of a 58-year-old Kenyan football fan Isaac Juma Onyango who was hacked to death by unknown assailants at around 9:00 pm. Following the disturbing news of the person who will go down in history as far as Kenyan football is concerned, DCI detectives quickly launched an investigation to curb the one accountable.
Milton Namatsi, a 27-year-old man in Mumias sub-county, Bungoma county was arrested earlier today after the investigations linked him to the murder of the football fanatic. The deceased had just taken his supper in the company of his family members at their Ebuyenjere village when the sleuths walked in. Children who took their evening meal outside the house recapped seeing human images around the fence before learning their father was no more.
They reported the matter earlier to their parents who instead took it lightly, moments later, the bleating of the sheep was heard and Ouma and his 17-year-old son were prompted to ascertain what had transpired, before learning what was amiss, four men emerged armed with machetes, they did not hesitate to drive their tool into Isaac's flesh killing him on the spot, the 17 years luckily escaped the ordeal by running to their farm.
According to the detectives, the demise of Ouma may be linked to land issues that are currently disturbing their extended family. The suspect is currently detained awaiting to be arraigned on Friday to answer charges against him.
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