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Kisii is again in the limelight after another worrying incident took place at Kiobegi village in Kisii County. This is after two bodies of young kids aged 10 months and two and half years were found dumped in a maize plantation yesterday with deep cuts on the head and neck.
The father of the children was later arrested concerning the incident. According to police information, the father of the children has a mental problem and he might have committed the act.
According to the mother of the 28-year-old man Rachael Nyamisa Ontita, his son has been sick and sometimes he can fall and become unconscious but finally recover. But we cannot even explain what happened.
My dear readers, why do you think these bad incidents are taking place in Kisii County every time? Kindly feel free to drop your comments down here.
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