Nowadays people take the law into their hands and do whatever they want to do. The life of a human has become very cheap that it can be taken at any time without any fear. This is evident with the many murder cases we have heard of in the past few days.
The latest case entails four old ladies who were killed for allegedly said to be witches. The incident that took place in Marani Kisii county has attracted a lot of backslashing from the citizens who have cried out to the police to take action. The four old ladies were ambushed at their homes, slashed to death and their bodies burnt without mercy.
Photos from the incident went viral and people have called out to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations to come in and arrest the men who were involved in killing the ladies. Below are screenshots of comments from some of the citizens who were not pleased with the act.
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