A shocking incident has occurred in Kiogoro village in the Kisii region, where a 15-year-old boy allegedly hacked his 85-year-old grandmother to death. According to preliminary reports, the motive for the attack was a goat dispute.
The news has left the Kiogoro residents in a state of shock and disbelief. The incident has been described as a tragedy, with many expressing their condolences to the family of the deceased.
According to family members, the boy was suffering from a mental illness, a problem that he had been dealing with for some time. This has raised questions about the availability and accessibility of mental health services in the region.
The incident highlights the need for more resources and support for individuals and families affected by mental illness. It is important for families and communities to have access to mental health services to help manage and treat mental illnesses.
The family and neighbours have also eulogized the deceased, describing her as a caring and responsible person. Her death is a great loss to the community, and it is important for justice to be served in this case.
The tragic incident is a reminder of the importance of addressing mental health issues in our society and providing support and care to those in need. It is a call to action for government and community leaders to prioritize mental health services and work towards creating a society that is more compassionate and understanding towards those affected by mental illness.
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