After a young child lost his eyes in the hands of people who were supposed to protect him, Kenyans have been left with a lot of questions for the past several days.
Sources claim that Sagini, 3, lost his eyes in tragic circumstances while in the care of his close relatives.
Three people have been taken into custody by DCI detectives thus far in relation to the tragic occurrence.
Sagini's cousin Maina Ochogo, his aunt Pacifica, and his grandmother are all being held by authorities at the moment.
It has come to light that Sagini's eyes were gouged out by the renegade suspects in order to complete a ceremony and keep him from inheriting his father's wealth.
Martha Hinga, a well-known and anonymous blogger, claims that a video displaying Just a few days ago, Baby Sagiri was found in neiphiergrass with gouges in his eyes in Kisii County.
Baby Sagini was silent, but we don't know what happened to the person who committed suicide before him.
To all leaders who support Sagini by paying his hospital bill, we thank them and let Sagini receive a quick recovery as he continues receiving treatment.
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