By Mkarimu Media
A Catholic priest in Meru died on spot on wee hours of Tuesday morning after he was stabbed two times in the head.
Confirming the incident, Imenti North Police boss Robinson Mboloi said the father was stabbed at Kinoru Gateway in Makutano shopping Center, North Imenti constituency, Meru county at around 1:45 am.
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“He had rented a lodging with a female at round 10:30 pm after they had been drinking from afternoon,” Mboloi said.
The police boss said Eutycas Murangiri Muthuri a 32 year old the priest who worked in Limbine Parish in Tigania West was stabbed two times and died on the spot due to excessive bleeding.
“He was stabbed on forehead and back of the head after he went to his car which was parked outside,” he said.
It was not established if he was stabbed inside the car or outside.
A spot check by the star at the premises established from a source that the priest went to his car KBH972S, a Toyota Khami at around 1 am.
The management was not available for comment as they were still recording statements with police.
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“An attacker was inside his car and pounced on the accused and stabbed him,” A source said.
However, the police boss said they were investigating to find out if the priest was stabbed inside or outside his car.
“The attacker is not yet known or the motive of the attack but we have arrested the female who was with the priest and another male who was also in their company as they drunk,” Mboloi said.
The police boss said the body of the deceased is at Meru Level Five Hospital Mortuary awaiting postmortem while the car which the priest used is at Meru Police station.
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It was not established if there was an exchange or argument when the priest was stabbed.
Sources indicate that despite being a priest the deceased frequented Makutano shopping center that is known for prostitution and alcoholism.