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Decomposing body of former journalist found at his home in Kisii

Mr Johnson Nyakundi, a former cameraman for Newstar, Mwanyagetinge and Voice of Victory TV stations,has finally been found decomposing.

His body was found at his home in Jogoo estate,Kisii County,He was last seen alive two days before Christmas.

Neighbours who noticed a foul smell coming from his house alerted the authorities.

His decomposing body was found on his bed in Jogoo Estate, Kisii town, by neighbours who went to his house on sensing a foul smell. He was the first born in a family of seven and had lived alone since separating from his wife about four years ago.

According to Nairobi News Mr Nyakundi’s brother, Mr Douglas Moseti, said a postmortem would be carried out.

“We will determine our next step after the postmortem this week. We will move his body from the Kisii Teaching and Referral Hospital mortuary where it was taken by police.

I am saddened by the death of my brother. We want the police to do proper investigations,” said Mr Moseti.

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County Director of Criminal Investigations James Kipsoi said they were waiting for the postmortem results.

Mr Nyakundi, who was popularly known as Embata, attended an end-of-year party organised by Kisii-based journalists on December 23 at Blue Nile Hotel.

Else where a 27-year-old man from Emia village, Bungoma county, set his house on fire with his three children inside after his wife left him and returned to her parents’ home.

Two of Caleb Juma’s children aged three and five were burnt beyond recognition, while the third, 6, succumbed to injuries after being taken to Kopsiro Health Centre.

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Chepkukur assistant chief Doreen Kipyego said Juma was drunk and had quarreled with his wife before she returned to her parents’ home.

“We are real yet to know what prompted Caleb Juma to set his house ablaze, but we know that he had recently had a domestic squabble with his wife who had left him with the children,” she said.

Juma fled, but was later arrested,Bungoma county commander Francis Sang urged couples to find amicable ways to deal with disputes.

Source:The Star,Nairobi News

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