Narok police looking for Tanzanian, 27, who killed colleague over ugali

for Tv47 Digital October 01, 2022, 01:17 PM
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  • Police launch manhunt operation for a man who stabbed colleague over Ugali

Police in Narok are looking for a Tanzanian man suspected to have stabbed his fellow country man at a  gold-mining site in Trans Mara West sub-County.

Police report says that Mungare Busene, 27, stabbed Magige, 23, on his left leg inflicting a serious deep wound on Thursday, September 29 night over after a disagreement over a meal of ugali.

Confirming the incident, Narok County Police Commander Kizito Mutoro said the incident happened at the Got Kabong mines.

"It was reported that while they were taking the meal, an argument ensued between Mr Mungare Busene, 27, and another only identified as Magige, 23, (both Tanzanians) over ugali they were eating," Mutoro said.

Mutoro further said that after the incident, Magige was rushed to Lolgorian Hospital where he was pronounced dead on arrival.

"Magige was rushed to Lolgorian Level Four Hospital, where he was pronounced dead while undergoing treatment," Mutoro said.

Police are currently pursuing the suspect while the body of the victim was taken to the Lolgorian mortuary.

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