Report reaching as at the moment is that a lady identified as Tabby Rose Wanja Wamwitha has filed a case in court accusing her husband for being a 'devil worshipper' and getting involved in free masonry activity. As reported by Citizen TV, Tabby claimed the her husband Harrison Kinyanjui has been doing things that are so cultic ever since their daughter passed away and she suspects that he is behind their infant's death. Tabby told the court that they have never had peace ever since their baby died. She said that Harrison has been behaving weirdly and doing things that are not religious at all. Tabby wanted the court to give her necessary permits that will allow her to exhume daughter's body. She said that her daughter died in a very mysterious way and chances are some harmful acts were done to her. She told the court that she wants to bury her daughter in her piece of land. According to Tabby, burring her daughter away from where Harrison can access will give her peace of mind.
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