Suicide cases has been increased recently alerting us to be very careful with what our neighbors are passing through. Most of the cases are of parents killing their children and later killing themselves under unclear circumstances.
However, a middle aged woman has left the residents of Katanga, Murang'a County wondering after her henious act. This is after a mother killed her two children and later killed herself.
According to the speculation, the mom who later strangled her kid with a rope, may have been exposed to phycological torment before making the sad decision to kill her daughter.
However, after being investigated by officials of the local administration and the security team, the remains of the three fatalities will be transported to a morgue for final disposition.
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