Cases of children's killing their parents or family members have been reported and vividly increasing day by day across different counties here in Kenya. Most of these murder cases in families are spearheading due certain factors that are connected and associated with misunderstandings on inheritance of properties like land, business, flats etc.
According to latest Tuko news report via Facebook platform, the the late Judith Nafula Koya has been laid to rest in Kiminini, Trans Nzoia County. Nafula was a lab technician and was murdered by her son one month ago after misunderstandings on inheritance arose between the two.
The deceased was a lab technician at St Joseph Girls high school in Kitale. Her burial was delayed after misunderstandings arose between her family on traditions customs.
We are sending out our hertful condolences messages to the family and friends of Nafula and wishing her soul to rest in peace.
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