A notorious strippers’ club in the town are on the spotlight following the assault and consequent murder of a teenage- school by who had visited the club ahead of reporting back to school.
The police are also being fingered for working in cahoot with the accomplices to conjure a cover-up. This is even as a somber mood has engulfed St Mark’s Obambo Secondary School where teachers and students are mourning the mysterious death of the Form Four candidate.
Sources revealed that the deceased left home on a Saturday in the company of four friends, one of them his schoolmate to attend a night club party prior to the school opening.
The group ended up at Club Janam formerly Buccaneers Club that is currently a sensation as lakeside revelers storm the place to watch nude dancers/ strippers something that has caught Kisumu like a bug.
The deceased woes started after he was accused of stealing a mobile phone from another revelers prompting the rough intervention of mean looking bouncers at the club said to be owned by a son to former Luo politician and Kanu operative Ojwang K’ombudo.
Insiders claims that the boy was later dragged to a small room christened darkroom where he was further roughed up by a group of bouncers before police came for his rescue. While at the Central Station Police cells, other inmates got worried by his condition and intervened to have the police to rush him to the hospital.
He allegedly succumbed to injuries on the way to Kisumu Sub county Hospital. Questions were raised after the police initially attempted to deny ever booking the boy at the station but later admitted after pressure explaining that the boy was handed over to them in a critical condition and died while he was being taken to the hospital.
However, family members were met by more shocking scenes at the hospital’s mortuary where they found the lifeless body of their child in clean washed clothes-with no blood.
The family now wants Police Inspector General Hillary Mutyambai and DCI George Kinoti to swiftly deploy reliable investigative team to handle the matter after it emerged that the local police could have been compromised.
Janam Club first hit news headline in 2016, while still operating as Buccaneers after it emerged that the management had recruited college students and high school girls to pole-dance for pocket money.
The move was met by sharp uproar from irate members of the public who called for an immediate police action. Under new management, it has become worse.
The move was met by sharp uproar from irate members of the public who called for an immediate police action and even threatened to storm the office of the then area governor Jack Ranguma to register their anger. Under new management, it has become worse.
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