In Summary
  • Detectives in Kakamega are currently investigating the mysterious circumstances surrounding Kizito’s death
  • Senator Khalwale shared a video in which he said he speared the bull to death

Kakamega Homeboyz FC CEO Cleophas Shimanyula is now urging the police to conduct a thorough investigation into the tragic death of Kizito Moi, the caretaker of Kakamega senator Bonny Khalwale’s Bull Inasio.

Shimanyulas’s Allegations

The incident happened on Saturday night at Khalwale’s village home in Ikolomani where Moi’s lifeless body was discovered with severe injuries including the stomach, neck, back, head and even buttocks.

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“He has been claiming in the media and on online platforms that the bull killed the worker. However, there are reports, which I can’t confirm as true, that Khalwalwe murdered the worker,” Shimanyula  told Reporters.

It is alleged that Kizito was killed by the Bull which mostly participates in bull fighting activities in the region.

Khalwale opens up

The senator has apologized to Kizito’s family terming the incident as unfortunate.

“My champion bull, Inasio, has attacked and instantly killed  Kizito Moi Amukune. Moi has been the caretaker of my fighter bulls for over 20 years,”Khalwale posted on X.

“He spent the whole of Saturday in a celebratory mood while taking care of Inasio (the killer bull) which loved him so much. I still do not understand what went wrong at nightfall,”Khalwale said.

Shimanyula, however, disputes the narrative surrounding the bull-related accident, alleging that Khalwale might have played a role in the caretaker’s demise due to suspicions of an affair with the senator’s closest relative.

During a meeting with Moi’s family, Khalwale recounted how the worker had spent the previous day joyfully after receiving his monthly salary.

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The Kakamega Homeboyz boss, a fierce critique of Khalwale, alleges that the senator has a case to answer.

Khalwale, in turn, led villagers in killing Inasio, the bull known for its participation in cultural bullfighting events in the region.

January 30, 2024

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