A 29-year-old woman on Monday morning hacked her 6-year-old daughter with a panga for refusing to prepare tea in Molo town, Nakuru County.
Veronica Wangesa, 29, fled to unknown destination after getting the wind that police officers were on her neck after committing the heinous act.
According to a neighbour who spoke to the press on condition of anonymity, Veronica who appeared drunk is said to have quarrelled with the juvenile when the incident happened.
Police said that the suspect woke up in the morning and instructed her daughter to prepare breakfast and she refused.
Veronica became angered and withdrew a matchete and slashed the victim on her head.
The juvenile is currently undergoing treatment at Molo Sub-County hospital for emergency treatment.
Police have launched a manhunt for the suspect who is still on the run.
The latest development comes only two weeks when two couples were arrested by police for allegedly torturing their 11-year-old daughter in Njoro.
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