Hide And Seek Game Sends A Boy To His Grave. (Ramogi FM)
By Wesleyhubb | self meida writer
Published 28 days ago - 12 views
Tragedy in Homabay county as the hide and seek game sends a boy early to his grave. The scene of crime is at Rimu location in Ndhiwa sub county.
According to Ramogi FM News, the boy is known as Regan. He is around five years old. The body has been taken to Manyata Kobodo mortuary for post mortem. The boy died when he was playing the hide and seek game with other kids in his grandma's home.
Unfortunately during the game the boy fell into a septic tank that wasn't closed at that time. The other kids noticed it after taking a long time to search for him. The grandma happens to be a principal at St Mary's Nyamogo girls.
Ndhiwa police officers later came to the scene and helped in taking out the body from the septic tank. But these was after they got the reports. The police have urged all parents that have septic tanks to be careful with them.
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