Kenyans continue to receive bad news recently as man is reported to have killed his nephew in Baringo county for not known reasons, however this is what he was found doing after commiting the crime as this is what was spotted next to him as he locked the room where he did the crime.
According to the reliable source from k24 digital, it is reported that the suspect known as Kipkosgei stabbed his 4 year old nephew to death after luring him in the house with sweet and cake, it has been reported also that the grandmother came only to find his grandchild dead already.
However, the grandmother found out that Kipkosgei was drinking water from a cup while staring on the sofa with blood oozing from the stabbed wounds. Kipkosgei was also spotted seated next to the deceased as he just watched pool of blood coming from the stabbed wounds without any action. The authorities have also reported that the suspect has some problems and is currently being attended to.
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