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Police in Kajiado County are investigating the gruesome murder of an 80-year-old German national.
Wilko Milicinovic was found dead in his house at Esampukike sub-location in Kajiado West where he lived with his daughter-in-law but in different homesteads.
The deceased’s security guard reportedly went to check on him in his house only to find blood spots on the door and alerted his daughter-in-law, who then called the police.
Confirming the incident, Kajiado Central Sub-County Commander Daudi Loronyokwe said the foreigner was tied with a rope on his bed and had deep cuts on the head, which led to loss of too excessive blood.
Loronyokwe said no suspect has been arrested so far but the scene of the crime was photographed and processed by Kajiado-based detectives from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI).
Samples were taken for forensic investigation while the body of the deceased was moved to Shalom mortuary awaiting post-mortem.
Reports indicate the deceased’s wife and son stay abroad.
All of the above is the correct answer! Wairimu could not stand a 80 year old German mule, so she death sentenced him with the help of ole Mashamba or Kamau for that matter.
Siyo mila zetu za zamani kumuua mzee kama huyu. Ni muhimu tujitahidi kukusanya mila zote nzuri za mababu na nyanya zetu na kuzifanya "Sheria Mpya za Nchi huru ya Kenya."
Hatuwezi kuendelea kusema Kiingereza bungeni na pia kwenye mikutano ya hadhara na kusema ya kwamba sisi ni watu huru!
Tungali watumwa na mahabusu wa lugha, mila, imani, na utamaduni wa Waingereza.
Kifo cha mzee wa miaka 80 kuuawa ni aibu kubwa sana kwa kila Mkenya.
It is now customary to kill others for money (their money) in Kenya. Elders are very much in danger from young greedy girls that wanna get rich over night. Do not you think you are lucky to catch a young thing in Kenya these days. You could be hastening your death immediately you taste that tightly pastured juicy pontoon!
I hope no Wambui, Wairimu or Mumbi was Involved. Or Njuguna, Njoroge, or Ng'ang'a; or some Luhya or Luo aping Kikuyus. Or some UDA arap Mashamba😁.