Henry Ohanga, alias Otopizzo, is in a tight situation as he is linked to death of a 19 year old Strathmore University student, Kenneth Abom.
Kenneth is reported to have broken into Octopizzo’s house Thursday last week. It is alleged that Octopizzo found him there before beating him with a machete and chased him away from his house.
Paul Abom, the brother to Kenneth says that his brother ran into the house and straight away got into the bathroom to clean a bleeding cut he had incurred from the machete beating, before he had a big fall.
When he went it to check, he found that his brother had jumped from their bathroom window (4th floor) to the ground.
“He was rushed to Nairobi Women’s Hospital and then referred to Kenyatta National Hospital where doctors promised that he would recover,” he stated.
The boy passed-on on Saturday from serious chest injuries.
On his end, Octopizzo has distanced himself from the boy’s death and stated that he only chased the boy out of his house when he found him there.
“No, I did not hit the boy. His father was the first person I talked to after the incident. I did not know what he came to do in my house. An hour later, we heard that the boy dropped from the fourth floor,” he said.