Shock as the amputated body of a missing 6-year-old girl is found in a sack

Busia residents have been left in shock after the remains of a six year old who had gone missing a week ago were recovered dumped in a hole full of water.

The remains which had been placed inside a sack with the head missing was recovered by a herder who was going on his herding business.

Hellen Barasa  the mother to the girl only identified as Anita said that she was last seen a week ago before being found dead.

“Grass had grown over the place where her body was found .Even if you went there you would never have seen the body.

It is only after a herder smelt a stench that he decided to check where it was coming from.

After coming close to where the stench was coming from the herder saw the body of my daughter and that is when word spread and reached us.

On the day my daughter disappeared she came home from school  took her lunch and went out to play at Griffins before a man came and offered to buy her sweets.

My son started following the man while crying but the man told him to go back as he wanted to go with my daughter promising to give her sweets to bring every one else”

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She adds

“When my son told the people about the man they did not take action immediately .Its only after my other son who had gone to fetch water came back that he started searching for his sister.

The man was walking so comfortably  with my daughter so people thought he was her dad.

After coming from fellowship my neighbor informed me that a dead body had been recovered and urged me to go check it out.

Immediately I saw the body I knew it was my daughter because of her legs and hands.Her head had been amputated and her body had already started rotting.”

In conclusion Hellen says

“I do not know if the murder was pre-meditated,I don’t know who would want to do this to me because I have no grudges with anyone.”

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Photos of Lyko Junior, man alleged to have killed his wife in Kahawa Sukari

Lyko junior osuri is a man under investaigation after he allegedly murdered his wife during a domestic squabble at their home in Kahawa Sukari.

Osuri and Beryl got married in 2017 in a colorful ceremony, attended by close friends and relatives.

Neighbors say they heard the deceased screaming during a fight with her husband, but attempts to get in the house were futile.

“We banged the door in an attempt to open it but it was locked from inside. The husband whose voice we could also hear declined to open,” said a neighbour who did not want to be named.”

Photos of Beril Ouma woman allegedly killed by her husband in Kahawa

Beril Ouma and her husband

Beryl’s brother Mark Ouma said the two have had many wrangles some which they tried to solve but all in vain.

“Her husband is a very violent man and even last year, we had a family meeting to solve it. Clearly, he never stopped.”

Preliminary reports at the hospital where Beryl was taken indicated that she died after being hit by a blunt object on the head.

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A conclusive postmortem is yet to be carried out to confirm the cause.

Here are photos of Beryl’s husband

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Lyko junior osuri,the man alleged to have killed his wife in Kahawa Sukari

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Man and his daughter arrested in connection to murder of businessman

A father-daughter duo have been arrested in connection with the murder of a man in Nanyuki.

The two were also found in possession of the deceased’s car.

They were also found with electronics belonging to the deceased at their home in Gatanga.

Ms.Jane Wanjiku-a waitress at a Hotel in Nanyuki accused of murder alongside her dad

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The duo were identified as Charles Macharia and his daughter Jane Wanjiku-a waitress at a Hotel in Nanyuki.

“Detectives acted swiftly on receiving information about the stolen car and laid an ambush. After a short while, it was spotted being driven to a petrol station in Kirwara, Gatanga. The driver, Charles Macharia, was arrested,” the DCI said.

The vehicle and all items stolen from the deceased were recovered.

The car recovered by DCI


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‘I have murdered my wife and I am about to commit suicide’ Haunting last words of Nakuru man who committed murder most foul

Grief engulfed Mawe village in Rongai, Nakuru County after a 30-year-old man stabbed his wife to death before committing suicide.

Robert Nyakundi, a father of one reportedly stabbed his 26-year-old wife Wietar Kerubo seven times in the chest before hanging himself in their house on Wednesday night.

According to Peter Rukwaro, a neighbour, the couple was last seen entering their house on Wednesday evening and appeared to be in good terms. According to the residents, the two have been having differences since September and occasionally fought with each other but the elders and relatives intervened and talked to them.
At around half past ten in the night, Nyakundi is said to have called one of his brothers who lives in a different area. He told him that he had already murdered his wife and was planning to commit suicide. The brother immediately called an elder, Alfred Rono and told him to check on the couple.
The residents were shocked to find the house messed up a sign that they had fought before Nyakundi murdered the wife.
Rono said that
“We immediately rushed to the house which was locked from inside. After breaking in we found that the wife’s body lying in a pool of blood while the man had already died. He had hang himself.”

Nyakundi was an employee at a neighbouring flower farm while Kerubo worked for another family in the neighbourhood as a house help. The couple had sent their four-year-old daughter to her aunt’s place for the December holiday.

Confirming the incident, Rongai OCPD Japheth Kioko said that no suicide note was left behind by the man and their bodies had been taken to Nakuru County mortuary.

“We have launched investigations into the matter which we suspect could have been fueled by domestic issues. Their daughter was not at home at the time of incident,” said Kioko. The area has recently seen an upsurge in crime rates involving robberies with violence.

Embu contractor found dead, lethal injection suspected to have been used

A Machakos businessman was yesterday found dead in his car in Masinga, Machakos county under unclear cicurmstances leaving the residents in shock.

The man identified as Peter Mwangangi Mula, 53, by Masinga police station was found dead inside his car parked at the roadside near Kasiangove market Thursday morning in Mikuyuni sublocation, Kangonde location within Masinga subcounty.

It is suspected that he may have been injected with a lethal substance since the body had blood stains on the abdomen which appeared to have been caused by pricking using a needle on a syringe. The man was said to be a big contractor in Embu county.

“It was reported by Ngovi Muasya, the assistant chief Mikuyu sub-location through his telephone, that an adult man had been found lying dead inside a motor vehicle KBX 353F Toyota Harrier black in colour on November 14, 2018,” the police report reads.

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The police established on Wednesday between 3pm and 4pm the deceased was with his friends taking beer at his REXX bar at Kanyonyo market.

He got a call and told his friends that the caller had requested for his driving licence to enable him drive past a police road block at Kanyonyo.

He drove off and later on at around 4pm his car was seen by passers-by having been parked at a roadside near Kasiangove market with its hazard lights on.

At around 9pm the area assistant chief got information that the motor vehicle had been abandoned on a feeder road a few metres off the main road with its doors wide open.

He rushed to the scene and noticed that there was a man lying on the backseat with both hands tied to the driver’s seat.

Machakos county commissioner Abdullahi Galgalo termed the incident as unfortunate. He said the government will bring the culprits are brought to book.

The body was moved to Matuu Mediance morgue for postmortem. “We will involve experts and a do a thorough job,” Galgalo said.

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