A thirty three year old ECD teacher is nursing critical burn injuries after being attacked by his family members and set him ablaze over which craft claims.
According to the source, the bizarre incident occurred in Embu county after one man who is a primary teacher in a local school was attacked by his family members, they tightened him with ropes before setting him ablaze.
He was rescued by good Samaritans who rushed him to Thika level five teaching and referral hospital where he was taken to intensive care unit fighting for his dear life.
It is not yet known whether the man was a witchcraft but one of his neighbours said that he has never associated him with any activities that are ungodly, the neighbour also asked police officers to investigate the incident.
Cases of members of the public taking law into their hands and burning people who were associated with witchcraft to death has been reported in many parts of the country. Citizens are asked to follow the law while dealing with such cases.
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