A Grade One Gets Executed By Electricity In Kisumu County.(Ramogi FM)
By Wesleyhubb | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 0 views
Tradegdy in Kisumu County has a 7 year old grade one boy gets executed by electricity.
The scene of crime was around Nyakwano location in Suna West Sub County. The grade one pupil happened to be studying in Kowonda Primary. His body has been taken to Kisumu mortuary for post mortem.
According to the boy's Dad known has Mikel Okech Onyango, his heart is broken after the death if his son. The Dad also clarified that his son was executed while he was grazing cows near the hanging electric wire.
The Dad also have requested his County Governor Anyang Nyong and his MP John Alogo to ensure that the hanging electric wire is fixed. These is because he thinks the hanging electric wire can cause several death if not fixed.
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