Lately the number of shocking murders in the society has increased to a worrying trend with questions raised as to what could be happening in the society of late.
In another shocking development, a village in Kakamega County is in shock after a man attacked his 89-year-old grandmother and set her house on fire.
The woman, identified as Floice Lisero perished in the fire which razed down her home in Eshitimba Village, Khusiku sub-location, Khwisero sub-county on Monday night.
The suspect, aged 40, is reported to have attacked his grandmother after she declined his request for money.
When she didn’t give him the money, he got infuriated and cut down banana plants and destroyed other crops in the compound before neighbours intervened and locked him in his house.
The suspect is said to have been abusing drugs for a while leading to the bizarre killing that has shocked many.
It has emerged that the rogue suspect thought the elderly woman had received money after a village elder visited their home last evening.
According to her daughter she was getting ready to head back to the city when she received information that her mum had been killed by the abusive grandson.
This worrying development comes amid worrying increase in criminal activities around the country.
Kenyans have been urged to use more amicable ways to solve their problems other than engaging in dangerous physical fights that have ended up in tears.
Bolingo... Kisii Syndrome spreading like wild fire to other counties. Kisii should be quarantined and locked down.
Jackie... Now our kisii brothers and sisters can watch news I peace. Ni turn ya Western
Wandii... These ones already competing with kisii for nasty disgusting news
Achieng... I pray that God delivers us from poverty. Poverty is the root of all evil
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