It has been reported that Silas Kipkosegei lured his 4-year-old nephew. This was using sweets and cakes into the house. This happened before stabbing him thrice in the neck and back.
More to that, when the boy's grandmother returned from the farm to call him and give him lunch, she was not able find him.
When she peeped through the house, it was shocking to see Kipkosgei sitting next to a pool of blood. He could not open the door.
it's sad. The rampant killings should be met with new laws. It's like the existing laws are too weak for such cases. Pure evil horrific disturbing. poor baby boy rest with angles little angel. Condolences to his loved ones.
Too bad for the little soul to loose his life in such a brutal way.. May his soul rest in peace. As for the killer, maximum sentence should be handed to him to serve as an example to the rest.
The people we trust to take care of younger ones are the ones turning against them in whose hands are we safe.
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