Murang’a man who was on Monday caught in bed with a 10-year-old niece is still at large.
Police in Murang’a are now tracing for the 26-year-old man said to have in the last three months repeatedly abused his 10-year-old niece.
According to a doctor’s medical results at Maragua Level Four Hospital, “the sexually injuries inflicted on the girl are several, sore, septic and painful, a clear indication this act has been on for diverse dates.”
“The woman argued that she has been accommodating her brother in her one rented bedroom house for the last three months. She also revealed that she wakes up early to look for jobs to take care of her two children the abused girl and a 14-year-old boy,” Mr Shikondi said.
Her two kids are school going kids at Kianjiru-ini Primary School and usually go to school on the wee hours and comes back home when she at her work area. She leaves workplace at around 11 pm.
It was at the hospital that the young girl explained everything to the doctor the abuses she has been facing when her mother is away.
The police officers are now tracing for the suspect.
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