Although children are supposed to respect the elderly in the society and their parents, it is not always the case as some have turned to monster who are disrespecting them.
Angry scene was witnessed from Ol mara village, Transamara district, Kajiando county in the former Rift valley province when a boy,17, murdered his heavily pregnant mother and two siblings for allegedly refusing to give him food.
According to a local or rather resident who sought anonymity for security reasons, the boy, a class eight learner was sent home last week Friday after bursted with harmful drugs. "He was out for probation since he had been arrested of stealing household items from the aunt there before." He stated.
Conferming the incident, the area assistant county commander disclosed that the deceased bodies were collected from the scene by police officers who were in patrol and were rushed to Kajiando level five hospital mortuary waiting to be buried once the investigation is concluded. The teenager is locked in cell at Transmara police station waiting to be taken to court.
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