• Narok South Sub-county Police Commander Magdalene Chebet said  Anne Ndumia reported to have gone to her house at around 1 pm to prepare lunch only to find a man lying unconscious under her bed.

Crime scene
Crime scene

Police in Narok County are investigating an incident where a 49-year-old man was found unconscious under a woman's bed in Ololulung'a township in Narok South Sub-county on Thursday afternoon and later died while undergoing treatment.

Narok South Sub-county Police Commander Magdalene Chebet said  Anne Ndumia reported to have gone to her house at around 1 pm to prepare lunch only to find a man lying unconscious under her bed.

Police then moved to the scene and moved the unconscious man to Ololulung'a Sub-county Hospital but the man, later identified as Simon Kubai Kamau, was transferred to Narok County Referral Hospital where he died while undergoing treatment.

The man is said to have travelled all the way from Olkalau area in Nyandarua County. Preliminary medical examination on the body shows the deceased died of low blood in the body (anaemia), alcoholism and low blood sugar in the blood (hypoglycemia).

The body of the deceased is now lying at Narok County Referral Hospital mortuary pending postmortem and further investigations into the incident.

Earlier this week, a 32-year-old man was found dead in his house at Empompong village in Narok North Sub County.

Last month, a 32-year-old man was found lying dead on his bed in a lodging he had been staying in on the outskirts of Kilgoris town in Transmara West.

He was also said to have been drinking alcohol and collapsed and died when he got to his room in the lodging.

On the same day, residents of Sirinik village in Mulot area in Narok West sub-county also found a body of a 53-year-old man lying by the roadside. He was said to have been epileptic.

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