Kenyan man kills villager, eats body parts
By Patrick Kibet Posted, July 2, 2012
Barely a month after a Kenyan man in the US was arrested and charged for killing and cannibalizing a roommate in Maryland, another Kenyan man, Ambrose Gichuhi Kimeria (36), was arrested for killing and eating body parts of a 32 year-old man in Subukia, Rift valley province in Kenya.
Kimeria appeared before Judge Roselyn Wendoh but did not plead to the charges after the prosecution asked for more time to complete the investigations.
State counsel Nerolyine Indagua applied for Kimeria to undergo medical examination and for the state to provide a lawyer before he could plead to the charges.
Wendoh directed that the accused be examined and a counsel is appointed by the state. She further directed the accused to be remanded in Kirengeroro police station in Subukia.
Kimeria is accused of killing Samuel Londokit a father of four before dismembering his body and eating the body parts.
He is alleged to have attacked Londokit as he was heading home on Friday evening from shopping centre before killing and eating his intestines and heart.
A relative of the deceased said the body of the deceased was found 10 meters from the house of the accused by residents of Tetu village on Saturday morning.
The case will be mentioned on Thursday when Kimeria will plead to the charges.
Source: Standard Digital
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