In less than a month, another shooting incident happened in Embu where a man was on Wednesday, June 8 night shot dead by unknown people in a similar way to that of Samuel Mugo Mugota.
It is now been reported that the victim had been on the radar screen of police detectives.
Dennis Mbae Mutegi, alias Mbuyu, was also battling court cases for drug trafficking, robbery with violence and murder.
Mbae was on his way home in his white Toyota Noah, registration number KCX 559A, when gunmen in a car with no number plates blocked his path around 11 pm at Bonanza, before pumping 20 bullets on him.
Residents said gunshots could be heard three kilometres from the scene of the crime.
Meanwhile, here are stories making headlines on Opera News today;
IEBC faces tough questions over voters transfer
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has found itself on the spot over a list of voters believed to have been transferred without their consent, registered twice or affected by other irregularities.
Sources inside the commission said the issue of voters being transferred without their consent had divided the commissioners, who have until June 16 to clean up the register in readiness for the August 9 election.
The curtain falls on the 12th Parliament before the polls
The National Assembly adjourned sine die (indefinitely, with no set date of resumption) Thursday ahead of the August 9 General Election as MPs in an almost near emotional fashion recounted their time in the 12th Parliament.
The adjournment effectively brings down the curtains on the sixth and last session of the House that was inaugurated on August 31, 2017. The Senate is expected to follow suit next week.
This means that, after today, the House can only convene for a special sitting on the request of the Leader of the Majority to Speaker Justin Muturi if there is a matter that requires the intervention of the House and cannot wait.
UDA Gets One Direct Win for This Seat as IEBC Confirms that There are No Opponents
Deputy President William Ruto’s party is now assured of getting the seat for Kericho Woman Rep. This is after it emerges that UDA’s Kericho Woman Rep aspirant did not have competitors.
While in other counties candidates are locked in competition, Beatrice Chepngeno Kemei, the UDA Woman Rep candidate in Kericho is no longer worried about competitors. It has emerged that Beatrice Chepngeno is the only candidate for the seat in the whole of Kericho County.