Netizens have reacted shockingly as the four suspects linked with the murder of at least four elderly people from Marani, Kisii were presented in court, today.
This was after the elderly victims were massacred and burnt to ashes over claims of witchcraft.
In one of the videos which has since caused an uproar among the netizens, one tall gigantic man could be spotted chopping a grandmother's head, while the elderly woman attempts to beg for forgiveness.
The four suspects were today presented in the court after the area chief in collaboration with the detectives apprehended them.
The four were detained pending investigations as they await to face murder charges against them for taking the law into their hands.
This is not the first incident witnessed in the Kisii region, in the past, a good number of elderly people have been lynched to death on allegations of masterminding witchcraft.
Below are some of the netizens' reactions as they expressed their sentiments to the frightening incident.
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