The two suspects, Linus Nyakundi, 19 and Danface Makori, 22, were caught by unspecified man at Sudan Lodging in Sotik's Tembwo trading centre, who notified the area assistant administrator after seeing them with young girl.
To confirm the validity of the report, the assistant administrator stormed the lodging where the two men locked the door from inside and refused to open.
The accused persons later gathered some courage and opened the door after getting wind of police officers attached to Sotik police station, and the saved girl a student at a local high school was rushed to hospital for medical attention.
In another incident in Kilungu, Makueni County, a 50-year-old man is said to have defiled his 10-year-old girl while his wife was at work.
John Muema Ndilu was nabbed on Tuesday afternoon, after the girl, a grade three pupil accompanied by her mother filed the report at Kola Police Station.
Muema had on September 28, 2021 committed the heinous act and vowed to stab her death is tell the matter to someone.
It was yesterday that the girl narrated everything to her mother, who later took her daughter to file the report.
With the suspect in held, the girl was rushed to a nearby hospital for medical treatment, pending further police investigations.
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