A newly married man in Murang'a County said to have beat up his mother to pulp, accusing her for practicing witchcraft.
Daniel Kamau (not the real name) found himself in court and charged with attacking his mother, after he was seen in video beating up his mercilessly suspecting to be a witch-doctor.
In the viral video, the said son, is seen beating his mother with a stick mercilessly. The mother tried to ask for forgiveness, but it all feel to deaf ears.
According to the prosecution reports, the accused said to have stormed his mother’s working place to protest the fact that she dislikes his wife and had asked her questions, which suggested she suspected the old woman was practicing witchcraft.
The prosecution further said the suspect stormed his mother’s home and burn down her house to ashes protesting the fact that she dislikes his wife, and practicing witchcraft in the family.
While reading the judgement, the judge said the suspect is charged for causing beating his mother and burning her house in a manner likely to cause breach of peace in the community.
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