2-day-old baby crying uncontrollably, saved by a teacher inside a lonely bush, Nyeri County.
According to a facebook post by Gerald Irungu, the infant was rescued by a teacher who was going home for lunch at around 1pm.
According to the teacher, he decided to take a short cut next to the lonely bush only to hear a suspicious sound resembling that one of a small child.
He told the press that the sound drew his attention and he decided to move closer to check what was a mess only to stumble upon a young one full of life crying uncontrollably.
The matter was reported to the nearby police station after efforts to trace his mother proved futile.
Cases of new babies being thrown in a similar situation is not new in the area as this comes only two months when two twins aged 3 and 4 were also found abandoned along the busy road.
The baby was taken to the hospital for medical attention and discharged.
He is currently under the care of a local officer attached to children’s office in Nyeri County.
Police are calling upon the members of the public to volunteer any suspicious information that can lead to the arrest of the woman or girl behind the unforeseen incident.
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