Man, 45 Killed In Fire Incident In Uthiru, Nairobi – Eagle News Feed

A 45-year-old man died in a fire incident

A 45-year-old man died in a fire incident

A 45-year-old man died in a fire incident in the Uthiru area, Nairobi.

The remains of David Mburu Kiberu were discovered long after the Sunday night fire had been contained.

The incident happened in the Ndumbuini area, where Kiberu stayed in a house serving as a store and acted as a caretaker of another one which is under construction.

The owner of the house said he had gone to check on the progress of the house under construction when he realized the store was on fire and was locked from the inside.

He said he tried to open it in vain.

This forced him to call for help from locals who contained the fire and later found the remains of the man.

It is not clear if he died by suicide or if the fire was started by accident.

The remains were taken to the mortuary pending probe and autopsy.

Elsewhere in Matungu, Kakamega County, a 50-year-old woman died after a fire she had lit engulfed her.

Police said Angelina Angola was preparing her farm by burning sugarcane on it.

The fire spread to a nearby sugarcane plantation and burnt down almost 20 acres suffocating her.

Her body was later removed from the scene and taken to the mortuary.

Jay Ndungu

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