Death issues has become rampant in our country Kenya lately.
Many deaths are caused by diseases, relationship issues, family misunderstanding and more other reasons.
Today in a post by mwago wa mugikuyu there was a post where a young man who is aged 12 is said to have killed his sister who was 19 years old in miraa, busia county.
According to the report,the two had a disagreement over the ball of the young man. The boy is said that he was playing outside when the ball hit his sister who was washing clothes outside.
The girl is said to have been angered by the act and took the ball of her brother and cut it into pieces.
According to the eye witness, the young boy waited until his sister was unaware where he beated her on the chest and on the neck the incidence which led to her sudden death.
Netizens have condemned this act and they had this to say,
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