The corpse of a newspaper journalist working with The Star was on Thursday, November 21, discovered inside the house of a Kenyan police officer.
Reports from local radio, Capital FM, say that the correspondent identified as Eric Oloo was found with deep stab wounds on his body.
The reporter had worked as a correspondent of The Star and was based in Siaya County, in Kenya.
According to a report by Capital FM, the correspondent identified as Eric Oloo was found with deep stub wounds.
The reporter worked as a correspondent of The Star and was based in Siaya County.
The Daily Nation confirmed that the police officer, a female chief inspector of police in Ugunja, went missing following the incident.
Police have launched investigations into the matter.
According to the paper where the reporter was attached, the police are treating the case as murder.
The news came just hours after a K24 TV journalist perished after being involved in a horrific accident in Baringo County.
The deceased, head of news directors at K24 TV, Daniel Chemjor, was reportedly headed to Kabarnet from Eldoret when his vehicle veered off the road while approaching the Kerio River bridge before rolling and falling into a deep gorge.
Elgeyo Marakwet County Commissioner Dr. Ahmed Omar confirmed that he was the only one in the vehicle.
Chemjor was on his way to see his wife who had delivered a newborn baby through the cesarean delivery.