How scary is it when things you only used to see in movies start happening in real life?
So yesterday, three bodies of four men who disappeared mysteriously earlier in the month were found dumped in Thika and Murang’a, bringing speculations of what might have happened to them to an end.
One was found in a morgue, while two were found dumped in a river, their bodies stuffed and wrapped in gunias.
It is not unusual for murders to be reported in Kenya, but when people start getting murdered in groups, it becomes a cause for alarm.
Social media rumours have it that the ill-fated men were involved in criminal activities and might have suffered a deal gone bad, or fallen into the hands of rogue police officers.
Whichever the case, what happened to the value of human life, ‘innocent until proven guilty’, and the fear of God as the only one who should take away life?
We need to reevaluate ourselves and our values as a society and put an end to this murder madness that has become the order of the day in the country.
Here are the stories making headlines on Opera News today:
Emmy Kosgei’s brother sentenced to 5 years in jail for causing the death of 6-year-old boy
The family of gospel singer Emmy Kosgei is grappling with the sad news of the incarceration of Meshack Kipkoech Kosgei.
Meshack, who was charged with causing the death of a boy through dangerous driving, has been sentenced to five years in jail.
The court heard how Meshack ran over Birion Kinda, 6, on December 25, 2017, on Nakuru-Mogotio Road.
Serial Rapist with over 100 Victims Asks Court to Speed Up his Sentence
A man with over 100 cases of rape and robbery with violence in Ruaka, Kabete and Kiambu has been arrested and charged.
John Muturi Keneiya, who has been going by the alias Francis Ngugi, was arraigned at the Kiambu Court on Thursday.
According to a police report, the suspect confessed to raping more than 100 women.
Senators threaten to defy Uhuru and Raila, amend BBI bill
The fate of the Constitution of Kenya (Amendment) Bill, 2020, currently being debated in Parliament now hangs in the balance.
While members of the National Assembly appear to agree that Parliament cannot tinker with the bill, senators are pushing to amend the document.
In a move that could strike a blow against the BBI architects, President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga, the senators said the bill has “several fundamental flaws” that should be corrected before it is taken to a referendum.
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