Gregory Odhiambo Were : “Man found dead in Dandora house – alleged assault investigation ongoing”

By | April 18, 2024

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Accident – Death – Obituary News : : 1. Dandora house death
2. Alleged assault victim Dandora

Police are searching for a suspect in the fatal assault of a 41-year-old man, Gregory Odhiambo Were, whose body was discovered in his home in Dandora, Nairobi. Were had been assaulted on April 14 but did not seek medical attention. His body was found days later. In another incident, a 24-year-old bicycle repairer was found dead in a kiosk in Umoja, with the cause of death unknown. Along the Nairobi-Eldoret highway, Dennis Kiplagat, 22, was found with injuries suggesting he was killed elsewhere. In Kinango, a man was found with multiple injuries. Police are also investigating a mob lynching in Makongeni, Thika.

1. Suspicious death in Dandora residence
2. Fatal assault in Dandora home

Police Seek Assailant in Fatal Assault Case in Dandora, Nairobi

Authorities are on the lookout for a suspect following the tragic death of a 41-year-old man named Gregory Odhiambo Were in Dandora, Nairobi. The victim’s lifeless body was discovered in his residence, where he had been living alone.

According to police reports, Were had been subjected to a violent assault on April 14, resulting in significant injuries to his body. Despite the severity of his condition, he chose not to report the incident or seek medical attention. Tragically, he passed away in his sleep, with his body remaining undiscovered for several days.

Upon the grim discovery, authorities promptly moved Were’s body to the mortuary for further examination and investigation. An ongoing probe aims to identify and apprehend the individual responsible for this heinous crime.

Unexplained Death of Bicycle Repairer in Umoja

Meanwhile, in Umoja, the local community was shaken by the sudden death of a 24-year-old bicycle repairer whose body was found inside a kiosk along Manyanja Road. The circumstances surrounding his demise remain shrouded in mystery, puzzling both the police and residents alike.

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When the body was eventually located on Wednesday evening, it had already begun to decompose, indicating that some time had passed since the individual’s passing. As investigators work tirelessly to unravel the truth behind this tragic event, the deceased’s remains have been transferred to the mortuary for a thorough autopsy.

Suspicious Death Along Nairobi-Eldoret Highway

Along the bustling Nairobi-Eldoret highway, the lifeless body of a 22-year-old man named Dennis Kiplagat was discovered on the roadside, bearing injuries to his head, neck, and chest. Authorities suspect foul play in his demise, as there were no visible signs of struggle or bloodshed at the scene.

The body has been relocated to the mortuary for further examination and investigative procedures, with law enforcement striving to piece together the events leading up to Kiplagat’s tragic end.

Tragic Discovery in Kinango, Kwale County

In a remote area of Kinango, Kwale County, a man’s body was found along the desolate Gwasneni-Iviwabila road, bearing multiple wounds inflicted by a sharp object. The grim sight has sent shockwaves through the local community, prompting urgent action by the authorities.

With the body now housed at the Coast General Hospital mortuary, awaiting identification and postmortem analysis, law enforcement officers are working tirelessly to uncover the circumstances surrounding this harrowing incident.

Community Outrage Over Mob Lynching in Makongeni, Thika

Adding to the string of tragic events, a man named Emmanuel Simiyu met a violent end at the hands of a mob in Makongeni, Thika, where he was brutally stoned to death on suspicion of theft near Chania Primary School. The barbaric act has sparked outrage and condemnation from local authorities.

As the investigation unfolds, the victim’s body has been transferred to the mortuary for further examination, with authorities urging members of the public to refrain from taking the law into their own hands and instead cooperate with law enforcement agencies.