It is really a sad news as a primary school headteacher in Baringo County to have been confirmed to throw his five year old baby on fire at Ngaratuko village last Sunday.The headteacher who is yet to be arrested by police officers following the incident have been reported of having wrangles with his wife which have led to this act is said to have committed the offence on Sunday. This very act of his should be criticed by the society at large to avoid occurrences of similar situation .
Furthermore if they have sort out their allegedly differences this act should not have happened.It is a really dissapointing situation for the headteacher who is considered to be wise in decision making to have arrive in his mind to get involved in the very act.However it is quite encouraging that the police are about to arrest the man as directed by standard digital media through there official facebook page and daily briefing. Moreover the man should be arrested and taken to court and if proven guilty the accused person should be dealt with as per the Constitution to act as a warning to the rest as several similar instances have been reported over the past years but those who have committed the offences are reported to escape wrath. Please ensure that you follow for more updates of the incident as I promise to give to them out as soon as I get them.
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