Evans Mutai, the owner of a business in Sibaiyan, was apprehended after stabbing Festus Keter, 35, in the chest and then trading products at his location. According to George Kinoti of the Directorate of Criminal Investigation, Keter owed the shopkeeper money and the two had a disagreement over it.
Sombre moods have engulfed a small village from the county of Bomet after a shopkeeper did the unthinkable because of a 400 shillings debt he was owed. Picture courtesy. Image used for illustration. The shopkeeper, identified as Evans Mutai is said to have stabbed to death Festus Keter outside his shop then went about his business as if nothing had happened.
Police officers in Bomet have arrested a businessman, Evans Mutai. This is after Mutai was accused of of killing a customer over Ksh400 debt. Photo used for illustration purposes only. During the arrest, the officers discovered a blood stained knife which they believe was the murder weapon and kept it as exhibit.
Nowadays it seems people have stopped becoming humane. People are no longer each person's brother Keeper. However some people have bad habits that really need to be addressed. If one borrows Money and promise to refund people should make it their responsibility to willfully repay their debts without confrontation.
Residents in Bomet are in shock by an incident whereby a shopkeeper stabbed a customer and killed him in cold blood over Ksh 400 debt.Police in Bomet have launched investigations into an incident where a shopkeeper allegedly stabbed his neighbour who is also his customer over a Sh400 debt. According to a Tweet by the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) on their social media platform, Evans Mutai, a shop owner at the Sibaiyan location, was arrested after he stabbed Festus Keter, 35, on the chest following an argument over the debt.
A shopkeeper from Sibaiyan location in Bomet County has allegedly stabbed to death his customer over a Ksh 400 debt he owed him. According to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI), the suspect Evans Mutai stabbed Festus Keter, 35 years, on the chest after the two engaged in an argument on a Ksh 400 debt.
A man who killed his neighbor yesterday night over a Sh400 debt has been apprehended by police in Bomet. Evans Mutai, the owner of a shop in Sibaiyan, was detained after stabbing Festus Keter, 35, in the chest and continuing to trade items at his location.
A man was arrested for killing his client for a 400 shillings debt to Bomet. Evans Mutai, who owns a store at the Sibaiyan site, was arrested after stabbing Festus Keter, 35, in the chest and then exchanging goods at his premises. Criminal Investigations Directorate George Kinoti said Keter owed the merchant the money and they had an argument over it.
Evans Mutai , an owner of a shop at Sibaiyan Location in Bomet county is reportedly in police custody awaiting to be arraigned over murder. He was arrested yesterday for allegedly stabbing 35 year old Festus Keter over Kenya shillings 400 debt . According to the reports captured by the directorate of criminal investigations , Evans stabbed Festus on the chest and left him for death while continuing with his businesses undisturbed.
Directorate of criminal investigation have been presented with a crime case whereby a man is believed to have murdered his neighbour over a debt of KSH.400. According to their reports, the incident happened on Friday night where the shopkeeper is suspected to have stabbed the customer using a blunt knife.
People are turning out to be cold blooded monsters who are killing their neighbors ruthlessly for failure to pay peculiar debts they own them. Police in Bomet are holding a certain man identified as Evans Mutai for stabbing his neighbor, Festus Keter over a four hundred shillings debt that he refused to repay on time.
Panic has been witnessed in Sibaiyan village, Bomet county after a shopkeeper killed his neighbour. Evans Mutai, 35 stabbed his neighbour Festus Keter on the right side of his chest who bled excessively which leads to his death. This was after an argument reportedly occurred between the two, over Ksh 400 debt Mutai was owed by the deceased.