A Form Two Student Arrested for Killing Her 4-Year Old Son

A form two student at Samoei Mixed secondary school in Njoro, Nakuru County has been arrested for killing her 4-year-old son, Brian Kiprotich before throwing him in a water pond.

Cynthia Chepkorir is said to have committed the heinous act on Monday evening after she had a quarrel with her parents.

The 21-year-old is being held at Njoro police station as she waits to be arraigned in court.

The deceased body was taken to Egerton University Mortuary awaiting post mortem.

Elsewhere a 23-year-old man was found lying dead at a footpath in Awala village, Siaya County.

Confirming the incident, the area Ass chief Mr. Austine Owino said that the deceased, Sammy Maloba, was found with injuries and his clothes scattered all over.

The body was moved to Yala Level IV hospital mortuary awaiting post mortem as police launch investigation.

In Nairobi, a Somali male adult aged about 26 yrs was stabbed to death by unknown people in his house at Palm Court apartment in Dagoretti.

The apartment caretaker, Njeri Karimi, reported that within she heard one of her tenants screaming and on checking she found the tenant lying on the floor.

He later died while being rushed to the hospital. The deceased body was taken to City Mortuary awaiting post mortem. Case pending under investigation.

The same case was reported in Webuye where Isaac Wekesa Simiyu aged 28 yrs was found lying dead outside his house in Nangili Village, Maraka Sub Location.

The area Assistant chief Mr. Fredrick Simiyu confirmed the incident saying that the deceased body was found with multiple visible injuries and blood oozing from the mouth and ears.

He added that the deceased wife, Jecinta Wekesa, is being treated as a suspect and has since been picked by the police for interrogation.

Neighbors alleged that the couple had been having domestic issues.

The body was taken to Webuye County Hospital Mortuary awaiting post mortem. Case pending under investigation.

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