A man, aged 40 years is held at Ogwedhi police post for allegedly killing her 15-year-old daughter.
According to Citizen Tv, the man is said to have insulted the minor leaving her with injuries that have finally led to her death.
According to Mr. Ochanda, (Ogwedhi Sub-Location Assistant chief), early investigations revealed that the girl allegedly ran away from home on Friday last week, before her enraged father tracked her down the next day to her sister's house in Uriri sub-county.
According to the administrator, when the perpetrator returned home on Saturday, he severely flogged the child, leaving her with injuries that led to the death of the poor minor.
The suspect, identified as Nicholas Odhiambo Magol, was arrested today Tuesday 18, May 2021, and is expected to be transferred to the Migori police station before being arraigned in court on wednesday.
Its said that Mr. Odhiambo had iOdhiambo's daughter was rushed to a nearby clinic for treatment and upon discharge, the little one died the following day.
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