A Kisii Father who reportedly butchered two of his kids aged 10 months and 6 years before dumping their dead bodies in a Maize Plantation has now admitted that he was under the influence of Evil Spirits.
Speaking to DCI as reported by Citizen Tv on Friday, the middle-aged man told the detectives that he was under 'firm instructions' by unknown parties to sacrifice two of his kids."Yes, the suspect has admitted to killing the innocent kids. Upon our interrogation, we found out that the suspect was under the influence of evil Spirits. We have also collected weapons he used in the bizarre mission and we hope that justice will be served for the innocent kids," Kisii DCI Boss has Said Today.
Nevertheless, the development comes barely hours after Police in Nakuru are investigating an incident where Edwin Chiloba an LGBTQ activist was killed and their body stuffed in a metallic box.
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