Police in Trans nzoia county, have arrested a woman in connection with the death of her 12 years old daughter.
The woman,28, is accused of attacking the girl using cooking stick following her disappearance from for four days.
The girl, a grade two pupil am Kiminini Primary School left home last Friday and resurfaced on Monday. The deceased had reportedly declined to return home fearing beating from her mother.
She instead went,to the local Chief office where official hundred her to Kiminini police station, officers contacted the girl mother who arrived and picked her.
Trans nzoia reported that,the girl disappeared from home on April 23 and on Monday ,she sought the intervention of the chief to return her home.Thise is when she was handed over to officer at Kimanini police station.
Ochieng said,it is alleged that on Monday at around 9 pm ,the woman picked a cooking stick and attacked her daughter. After beating ,the family retired to bed and it was until Tuesday morning ,when the girl discovered dead.
Ochieng said,the woman was arrested and is being held as investigations commenced.
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