The witch is believed to have given Mr. Ouma's daughter some charms to alleviate the level of love between her and her newly found lover. The charms are said to have turned contrary to what they were to accomplish but instead sent the young woman crazy.
"Lydia had been using charms from the old witch whenever she a sponsor but this one turned out lethal" Said Cate, sister to the victim.
The old witch gave Lydia the charms in February this year before she proceeded to Nairobi where the man resides with his family. Upon reaching Nairobi she went to her sister's place where they noticed some change in her as she was speaking fords that could not be understood.
Her sister thought it was severe malaria and took her to Mama Lucy Hospital where she was admitted for two weeks before she was discharged.
Her parents advised that she be brought home to manage the condition at home."We tried all we could both the hospital way and even taking her to religious leaders for supplication but all were in vain. Just a day to her demise she disclosed what happened and now it was late we could not help." Reported a close relative.
Lydia's body is still lying at Bondo Referral Hospital Morgue awaiting burial this coming Friday.
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