Locals of Kayolo village,Rangwe Sub county have been left in shock after an ECDE teacher was shot dead while washing utensils outsider her house by unknown people. Clinis Atieno Ojenge was busy cleaning utensils outside her house, when unknown assailants stormed and pumped 3 bullets into her head, killing her on the spot.
A 40-year-old Early Childhood and Development Education teacher from Homa Bay was on Tuesday at 8:55pm night shot dead by unknown assailants. The deceased identified as Clinis Atieno Ojenge was washing utensils outside her house when the armed gangsters stormed the homestead and fatally fired three bullets in her head.
Residents of Koyolo Village in Rangwe Sub County woke up to some devastating news that a well beloved teacher around the area, had been executed in cold blood outside her home. It is reported that she was cleaning her utensils around 9 PM when the Gunmen invaded her compound.
A 40-year-old teacher in Rangwe Area of Homabay county was shot dead by unknown people on Tuesday night for unknown reasons. Clinis Atieno Ojenge, the victim, worked in ECDE center in Gul Kagembe as an employee of the Homa Bay County government. According to witnesses, the victim died on the spot after he was shot dead in her homestead.
In Homa Bay county, Kayolo sub-location of Rangwe, an ECD teacher (40 years old) was shot dead by unknown people in Tuesday night. Clinis Atieno Ojenge (the teacher) was shot and died instantly in her homestead. The gunmen found her cleaning utensils and fired three bullets to her after they raided her home at around 8:55 pm.
Tragedy in Koyolo sub location of Rangwe, Homabay county. A teacher has been shot dead while her 9 year old daughter has sustained serious injuries. Going by the reports, the deceased's names are Clinis Atieno Ojenge, 40. She was an employee of the Homabay county government of the ECDE center in Gul Kagembe primary school.
A 40-year-old Youth Advancement Schooling educator was on Tuesday night shot dead by obscure individuals in Koyolo sub-area of Rangwe, Homabay Province. Clinis Atieno Ojenge, a worker of the Homa Cove Province government at the ECDE focus in Gul Kagembe Grade School, was shot dead in her estate and kicked the bucket on the spot.
Clinis Atieno Ojenge a mother of 5 children was employed by the County Government at the ECDE centre in Gul kagembe Primary School. She was washing Utensils when the Armed gangsters showed up in her homestead and fatally fired three bullets in her head and died at the spot.
A young man aged 22 was found licking blood from a corpse that was being preseved in the mortuary within Homa Bay County. The police has detained the young man in the police custody after he was suspected to be licking blood from a dead body. The corpse was of Clinis Atieno Ojenge who was aged 40 years who was shot dead by some unknown thugs murders.
Clinis Atieno Ojenge, an ECDE teacher at Gul Kagembe Primary school in Homabay county was on Tuesday night attaked in her homestead by unknown people who shot her dead and left her nine year old daughter suffering serious injuries in the stomach after she was badly hit by a stray bullet.
A 22-year-old man was arrested in Homa Bay after he was discovered licking blood from a corpse that had been preserved at a local mortuary. Clinis Atieno Ojenge, a 40-year-old Early Childhood Development Education (ECDE) teacher at Gul Kagembe primary school in Rangwe Sub County who was shot dead by unknown gunmen on Tuesday night, is claimed to have licked the blood from hthe corpse.
A 40-year-old Early Childhood and Development Education (ECDE) teacher from Homa Bay county on Tuesday night killed by unknown people. The deceased identified as Clinis Atieno Ojenge was reportedly said to have been washing utensils outside her house when the armed people raided her home and fatally sprayed three bullets in her head.
The Homa Bay police department has been pushed to the corner after residents led by the former councilor of Kayolo sub-location Peter Otieno threatened to hold peaceful demonstrations if the police fail to arrest gang members who have been terrorizing the area residents. This follows the death of Clinis Atieno Ojenge who was shot thrice last night under unclear circumstances.
It is shocking how some criminals have been heartless recently considering how they handle their victims. Cases of organized criminal gangs have been on the rise with the stinging economic crisis caused by Covid-19 being a major driving factor. An ECDE teacher in Homa Bay county has been the latest victim of these brutal actions from armed robbers.