A good samaritan has allegedly rescued a child who is reported to have been found dumped in one of the thickets in Kieni by a man who heard him crying.
Taking to his Facebook account to confirm the incident, a Facebook user who has been identified as Gerald Kangu has revealed that the boy was found in the Thicket by one of the locals who allegedly heard him crying. Attempts to find his mother didn't succeed since she was nowhere to be found.
The incident has since sparked a lot of mixed reactions from a number of kenyans who took to their different social media accounts to express their opinions and suggestions on the matter.
With a section of kenyans calling out the woman accusing him of wanting to kill her child. Others went ahead and called upon the government urging them to create more job opportunities for the increasing number of unemployed kenyans in the country.
According to the reports given by most Kenyans, they claimed that the increasing rate of crime in the country was being caused by the increasing number of unemployed kenyans who for one reason or another opted to do things like this in order to allegedly find peace.
For these kenyans, they claimed that the woman had done a good thing by dumping her child where he could be found unlike some of the women who ofye'in the dump their children in the toilets or even go to the extent of killing them for their own different reasons.
A child has been found dumped in one of the thickets in Kieni at a place called Koroini. The child was found by one of the locals who heard him crying. However, attempts to find his mother bore no fruits since she was nowhere to be found.
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