Tragedy in Homa Bay county.
A 23 year old mom has been arrested after burning her son's hands for stealing cooked food from the neighbor's house in Shauri Yako estate with Homa Bay town.
Narrating the scene; the woman tied her son's hands using nylon sack's string (matila) before setting it ablaze on his hands after receiving reports that her son broke into the neighbor's house and ate fried liver.
According to Homa Bay township Chief, Salim Nyauke, during the scene the boy was saved by neighbors who responded to the boy's bitter screams.
Afterwards, neighbors rushed the boy to Homa Bay referral hospital where he's currently under intensive Care unit due to injuries that he got from the incident.
Note; the boy's fingers are seriously injured.
Otherwise, Mr Salim had confirmed to Homa Bay residents that the boy's evil mom had been arrested and will be arraigned in court after investigations.
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