The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) have gone ahead to arrest a top Nairobi businessman after the death of her daughter. The passing on of the 15-year-old girl is the subject of investigations after the detectives are said to believe that the owner of a luxury car sales yard in the upmarket area was involved.
According to the Standard digital news platform, the Businessman, his wife and their older son are said to have beat their daughter with a metal steel rod after she is said to have gone escaped from her home to attend a party without prior permission from the parents. She had run away from home leading to the parents to search for her for three days.
She was later found by her brother who brought her home where they jointly beat her with a metal rod until she collapsed. When she became unresponsive, she was rushed to the Coptic hospital where she was pronounced dead on arrival by the doctors. The three family members are being held at Kilimani Police Station awaiting to be charged in court.
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