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"Nitakupea Pesa Zote Usiniue" Details Emerge Of The last words Granny Said before She was Killed

New details have emerged of the last words a grandmother from, Kisii region said before she was killed by the rogue "witch-killers"

On the fateful day, Mrs Singede was at her home attending to her chicks before a group of irate youths forcefully entered her compound and demanded to know why she bewitched the 17-year-old schoolboy.

She was dragged into the playground of Nyagonyi primary school before being, painfully hacked and burnt to ashes.

The nation media group has interviewed several people who witnessed the incident and one lady named Ms Chepkorir narrated how the merciless killers pounce on the 83-year old grandmother.

According to the details by Ms Chepkorir, the grandmother begged for her life and even offered to surrender the money she had kept in her house.

The reports also indicated the grandmother had recently sold a cow and was planning to spend the ksh20,000 on her medications, but she attempted to offer the same money to her killers but fell on deaf ears.

In her last words, the grandmother could be heard whispering "Nitakupea Pesa zote Usiniue" which translates to "Spare me and I will give you all my money."

Four suspects have been arrested and are detained in police cells, as police wind up their investigations.

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Chepkorir Granny Said Kisii Nyagonyi Singede


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