The issue of netizens taking actions on offenders has been a topic of discussion as it's causing blood shedding incidents witnesses in several occasions. Kisii county is among the trending areas involved in mob justice especially in the killing of witches. The community does not support witchcraft thus anyone suspected or found practicing it is killed immediately.
Following that story we have Moraa a very old woman who was killed by residents few months ago together with three other women. They were suspected to have been involved in witchcraft something that made the netizens burn them to death. That attracted public attention and the government decided to dig deep into the matter warning the community against doing such acts.
However it's so unfortunate that today one of Moraa's relatives has reported that the old woman's house has been torched by unknown people. They came when no one was around and set the house on fire before disappearing without being noticed. She has asked the police to start investigations and arrest the involved parties.
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