Prominent Kakamega businessman Cleophas Shimanyula, widely known as Toto, has made serious allegations against Senator Boni Khalwale.
Toto claims that the senator killed his longtime caretaker, Kizito Moi, in a fit of rage upon discovering an alleged affair between Moi and Khalwale’s wife.
According to Toto, Khalwale orchestrated a cover-up by dumping Moi’s lifeless body in the cowshed and concocting a false narrative.
The senator purportedly claimed that Moi met his untimely demise at the horns of Inasio, a famous fighting bull owned by Khalwale.
However, Toto, who is the founder and chairman of Kakamega Homeboyz football club, disputes this account, insisting that he personally viewed Moi’s body in the mortuary and found multiple stab wounds.
The allegations have sent shockwaves through the community, as the businessman calls for a thorough investigation by the police.
Toto asserts that Khalwale is attempting to conceal the true circumstances surrounding the caretaker’s death, accusing the senator of a heinous act fueled by jealousy and betrayal.
In response to these accusations, Senator Boni Khalwale has publicly apologized to the family of the deceased caretaker.
Speaking at his Malinya village home, Khalwale expressed regret over the tragic incident, describing it as unfortunate.
He narrated the events leading up to Moi’s death, emphasizing that the caretaker had spent the previous day joyfully and had even received his monthly salary.
The senator painted a picture of a celebratory atmosphere, with Moi caring for the infamous bull, Inasio, which Khalwale claims was deeply attached to the caretaker.
Khalwale shared that Moi was found in a pool of blood inside the bull’s enclosure, having been heard chanting songs for Inasio the previous night.