Shock as body of teacher found hanging in stall in Kisii


Residents of Kisii County have raised alarm over the escalating rates of crime in the region.

There have been also a series of deaths in different parts of the county.

In Kisii Central, the body of a middle aged teacher was found dangling from the ceiling of a stall in the area.

Learning about the bizarre incident, the residents informed the police who took the body to Kisii Teaching and Referral Hospital (KTRH) mortuary for autopsy and further investigation.

According to Bonchari MP Dr Charles Onchoke who visited the mortuary in the company of the deceased relatives, John Nyabaro, 32, looked well and lively.

“My brother was well without should any sign of trouble but we are surprised to learn that he is no more,” said his elder brother.

Dr Onchoke asked the police to carry investigations and furnish his office with the results of the findings after one week.

“People can’t be slaughtered easily like wild animals and you expect me to keep quiet. I demand quick investigation results from the security organs,” he said.

Kisii Central DCIO head Wanga said that early postmortem revealed that the deceased died from manual strangulation and promised through investigation.

“The police shall not leave any stone unturned on this matter although no any suspect has been arrested,” he said.

In another incident, sorrow and tears engulfed Omosaria village in Bobasi Constituency when one family woke up and found their Grade 2 daughter, aged 8, in a pool of blood on her bed.


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According to the victim’s mother, she woke up and took milk to the nearby centre. But when she returned and went to check on her children in the kitchen, she found one of them dead and the other one collapsed with serious wounds.

“I was stunned by the flow of blood from the bed where one of my daughters lay still,” she said.

According to the Assistant Chief of Omosaria Sub-location Darius Magero Abusa, the victims were attacked at night by unknown people.

“We cannot establish the motive behind this night attack and killing but the police will do the investigation,” he said.

The body of the deceased was taken to Nyamache Mortuary while the wounded girl was admitted at the Nyamache hospital for treatment.

The Assistant Chief confirmed that the police had arrested one suspect in connection with the killing and he was assisting them with vital information that might lead to the arrest of other more suspects.

At Kiogoro town in Nyaribari Chache Constituency, a secondary School bursar is under heavy loss after his car was set ablaze on Monday night.

Benson Oyaro narrated how he heard dogs barking in fateful night but when went outside his house, he found his car touched.

Police from Kiogoro station visited the victim’s resident and collected two jerry cans of petrol that they suspected were used to burn the car.

They appealed to the public to volunteer information to that may lead to the arrest of the suspects.

Kisii County Commissioner Joseph Kibet urged the public to be their brother’s keeper and vowed that his office will deal with lawbreakers.

By Enock Okong’o

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