According to the report, police officers in Kitui have detained a middle-aged woman for allegedly killing her son by hacking him with a panga. The incident took place in the Kaveta area of Kitui Central.
According to the eyewitnesses, the woman attacked her 10-year-old son on Saturday, 25th September with a cane before hacking him with a panga for losing KSh 100 only.
The boy was reported to have been sent to offset a bill but returned home later saying he had lost the cash that he was given.
The Kaveta Chief Jemmy Kalua, who confirmed the shocking incident, said that investigations into the incident have been launched with immediate effect.
The lifeless body of the deceased was taken to the Kitui County Referral Hospital Mortuary awaiting for postmortem. May his soul rest in peace.
Meanwhile, let us continue observing the Covid-19 protocols. Let us wash our hands regularly with soap, sanitize, put on our face masks and practice social distancing.
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