A mother is in painful tears after her young innocent daughter was killed by the one person trusted to take care of her
The body of a four-year-old Talia Essau Moshi, who is said to have died after being beaten by a house girl in Moshono ward in Arusha, Tanzania, was released today and transported to Marangu in Kilimanjaro Region for burial
The house girl, who is already bein nig held by the police, is 13 years old. On the day of the incident, the mother of the deceased said she was called by the girl and told that the child was ill. release of various injuries including head.
"I got a call from a work girl and she told me my baby is sick, she has diarrhea .... I asked her how she is doing right now?"
"She told me that today, my sister, don't be late, she was overwhelmed, that's when I came and I found my baby had already died, she was already cold, the neighbors took her to the hospital for examination and were told she had bloody wounds from her head," said Janeth Temba, mother of Late.
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