Huruma OCS found dead in his house

By Brian Okoth On Thu, 3 Dec, 2020 10:09 | < 1 min read
Huruma OCS Simon Ndeti was found dead in his Huruma house Thursday morning (December 3), a day after he complained of feeling unwell. [PHOTO | K24 DIGITAL]
Huruma OCS Simon Ndeti was found dead in his Huruma house Thursday morning (December 3), a day after he complained of feeling unwell. [PHOTO | K24 DIGITAL]
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    Huruma OCS Simon Ndeti had on Wednesday, December 2 complained of feeling unwell.

The OCS of Huruma Police Station, Chief Inspector Simon Ndeti, was on Thursday morning (December 3) found dead in his house in Huruma, Nairobi.

It remains unclear what caused the death of Ndeti, though officers from the Ministry of Health arrived at his home Thursday to collect his samples for COVID-19 analysis.

Ndeti had on Wednesday, December 2 complained of feeling unwell.

The OCS was living alone in his Huruma house, which is adjacent to the police station.

Ndeti was recently transferred to the current posting from Karatina Police Station in Nyeri County, where he had served in the same capacity.

At the time of publishing this developing news story, Ndeti’s body was still in his house awaiting police action.

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