- The body of Hilary Nduzo was found on the ground floor of the building Sunday morning long after the incident had happened.
- Witnesses said blood was oozing from his nose and mouth and he had a broken hand.
Police are looking for a tout who hit and killed a collegue with a stone during a scuffle over passengers in Nairobi’s Mlango Kubwa area.
Stephen Mkubwa, 32, died in hospital in Mathare slums after he was hit by a stone by an unidentified tout.
Police say the assailant who was known in the area as “Johny” escaped and is yet to be found.
Nairobi police boss James Mugera said the scuffle happened at a local bus stop where the touts were picking up passengers to the city centre.
He added they had interrogated the bus driver where the assailant worked as a tout and efforts to trace him were ongoing.
The body was moved to the mortuary where an autopsy was planned as part of the probe into the death.
Elsewhere, a construction worker died after he fell off the fourth floor of a structure he was working on.
The body of Hilary Nduzo was found on the ground floor of the building Sunday morning long after the incident had happened.
Witnesses said blood was oozing from his nose and mouth and he had a broken hand.
Police suspect he fell on his head and left hand. The body was discovered on Sunday morning a day after the incident happened.
The body was moved to the mortuary. Police say they have been recording increased cases of deaths at construction sites amid calls for the protection of workers at such places.
Officials from National Construction Authority have been calling on contractors to put measures in place to address the menace.
Meanwhile, a suspected thug was Sunday night shot dead in a botched robbery at a petrol station in Syokimau, Machakos.
The victim is said to have been part of a four-man gang that had taken hostage an attendant at the petrol station demanding cash when police were alerted.
Police who were on patrol rushed there and chased the group before shooting and killing one of the suspects as the others escaped on a motorcycle.
Police say they recovered a pistol from the slain man before taking the body to the mortuary.
And a fire burnt down 14 classes of a primary school in Kawangware, Nairobi leaving many without shelter.
The fire broke out at Lindi Friends primary school from one of the affected structures before it spread out to the rest.
There are almost 300 pupils who attend the school and they arrived at the school today to find their classes flattened. Police say they are investigating the incident.