Shock as police fail to collect decaying body


A police car in a past scene of crime. [Source/DCI]
Residents of Mwisho wa Lami in Mau Narok Ward Njoro sub-county in Nakuru have faulted the police for not collecting a decaying body from a house in the areas.

The locals say their calls on police has fallen on deaf ears.

They have now opted to air their grievances through the media saying they can not withstand the smell of the decaying body.

“We have talked and even informed the police about the decaying body but they have not come here,” said one of the locals.

The body of a middle-aged man identified as Job Wanyasia Isabuli was found decaying in his rented house in the estate over the weekend.

In the evening the locals reported the sad incident at Mau Police station and obtained an OB number but the police demanded Ksh 3,000 to fuel the police vehicle.

The locals have said that up to now the body is still in the house causing the uncomfortable foul smell in the whole area making it uncomfortable to locals and children

However, Njoro Sub County Police Commander Mohammed Huka has said that he has ordered Mau Police station OCS to act accordingly saying that the police has enough fuel and they issue will be sorted.


Martin Gichinga
Author: Martin Gichinga

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