Kenyans have reacted as man allegedly killed his two children in Mwingi Central. According to the report shared by the Star News, man hailing from Kwamunyanzu in Mwingi Central hacked two children to death, leaving their mother hospitalised at Mwingi level 4 Hospital.
During the time of the incident, the woman and her children were on their farm. Report indicates that the two children were aged four and ten. According to the report shared by Mwingi Central police boss their bodies have been taken to same health facility morgue in Mwingi Central. However, exact cause of the act has not yet been established.
Report shared by the woman's husband indicates that he can't not figure out what transpired for his neighbour to hack his family members. A report that has sparked alot of reactions from people across the country. Claims indicates that it is because of land conflicts.
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