June 18, 2024

Senior NIS officer shoots self dead inside his house, leaves suicide note

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Senior NIS officer shoots self dead inside his house, leave suicide note

A senior NIS officer dies by suicide after shooting himself dead inside his house in Kilimani

A senior NIS officer dies by suicide after shooting himself dead inside his house in Kilimani.

According to police sources, the senior National Intelligence Service (NIS) officer died by suicide on Tuesday at his house in the Kilimani area of Nairobi, police sources have revealed. 

The high-ranking official at the civilian intelligence agency sparked suspicion after failing to show up for work on Tuesday morning as usual.

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His phone also went unanswered, and according to police, his coworkers tracked him down to his house, where he is said to have shot himself. 

The sources added that the NIS officer left behind a suicide note. 

Interior Principal Secretary Raymond Omollo took to social media to mourn the late intelligence officer.

He said Adala’s death is a great loss to the country.

“Sending my heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of Mr. Tom Adala, following his untimely passing on yesterday. Mr. Adala was a wonderful friend to many and, until his demise, an Officer with the National Intelligence Service (NIS). 

“His death is a profound loss to the country. May God rest his soul in peace, and comfort the family during this time of grief,” the PS wrote.

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