Sad:secondary school principal in Muranga murdered in cold blood

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BY CORRESPONDENT,MURANGA.13TH MAY 2018-Police are investigating   the circumstances in which Gatunguru Secondary School Principal, Mr. Sammy Mbogo was  murdered in Kiharu, Murang’a County and his body dumped in the his car boot.

His car  had been abandoned at Gakurwe area on the Murang’a-Kiriaini road about 200 metres from his home.

The body was found naked, with tongue and eyes gorged out.

Confirming the incident, Mathioya OCPD Charles Mutua said the body was discovered by residents of the area who noticed drops of blood near the vehicle.

According to Gathukiini Chief Stephen Komu, the vehicle had stalled in a ditch, adding that they suspect the killers were on their way to dispose the principal’s body but after the car broke down they fled.

The Chief added that after going to the deceased’s home, they also discovered blood stains, raising suspicion that Mr. Mbogo was murdered in his house.

 

“We suspect that he was killed in his house because at his home we also found drops of blood and his daughter who is about 8 years old told us that two men whom she had never seen before came to their home last night,” said Mr. Komo.

The chief, says the deceased and his wife had severally engaged in domestic disputes.

“We understand that the two were in a rocky marriage and the wife had at one point injured the deceased. So when we look at all these events we highly suspect the wife’s involvement in this latest incident,” said the chief.

Mr. Mbogo’s mutilated body was found dumped in the boot of his car which had been abandoned at Gakurwe area on the Murang’a-Kiriaini road about 200 metres from his home.

The body was found naked, with tongue and eyes gorged out.

Confirming the incident, Mathioya OCPD Charles Mutua said the body was discovered by residents of the area who noticed drops of blood near the vehicle.

Gathukiini Chief Stephen Komu said the vehicle had stalled in a ditch, adding that they suspect the killers were on their way to dispose the principal’s body but after the car broke down they fled.

The Chief added that after going to the deceased’s home, they also discovered blood stains, raising suspicion that Mr. Mbogo was murdered in his house.

 

“We suspect that he was killed in his house because at his home we also found drops of blood and his daughter who is about 8 years old told us that two men whom she had never seen before came to their home last night,” said Mr. Komo.

The wife of the deceased was arrested to assist police in further investigations.

It is reported that the late Mbogo and his wife had  engaged in domestic disputes.

 

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