Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale was today, February 5, finally able to lay to rest Kizito Moi Amukune- the caretaker of his prized fighter bull Inasio. Kizito Moi, 46, passed away on January 28 after Inasio attacked and fatally wounded him. Initially, the burial was set for December 31, but it was postponed to pave way for investigations to rule out foul play.
“I have finally laid my fighter bull caretaker to rest. Fare thee well, Kizito.”Boni Khalwale wrote on X.
Earlier, Senator Boni Khalwale termed the accusations of criminal activity in the death of his bull’s caretaker as a “baseless and wild” political attack orchestrated by his rivals.
After the death of Moi, Senator Boni Khalwale’s killer bull Inasio was speared to death in accordance with the Luhya tradition. Angry residents then slaughtered it and shared the meat.
Postmortem on Senator Boni Khalwale’s Bull Caretaker
After conducting an autopsy, Government Pathologist Johansen Oduor confirmed the late Kizito, Senator Boni Khalwale’s bull caretaker, met his demise due to injuries inflicted during an attack by the bull.
Oduor observed injuries on the right side of the forehead, the anterior neck, and the inner thigh of the left leg. The nature of these injuries suggested penetration, accompanied by distinctive features such as blue bruising around them.
“What I found is that the late Kizito had injuries on the right side of the forehead. There was one on the anterior neck and on the inner thigh of the left leg. Looking at injuries, they were penetrating and had some features that included some blue bruising around them, and to look at them closely, they look like injuries that were caused by something that was penetrating but not very sharp and was a bit blunt, which is in keeping with the horn of an animal,“Pathologist Johansen Oduor said.
By Vivian K.