A man and his wife are being at Kilgoris police station after their misunderstanding turned violent and let to the death of their daughter.
The two who live at Majengo Kilgoris were fighting at night and the man decided to look for a log to hit his wife with because he was angry.The man then missed the target and hit his old 8 year old daughter on the head.
They stopped the fight and immediately decided to rush the daughter to a near by health facility because she was bleeding.Upon reaching the road they were stopped by police officers who wanted to inquire about the condition of their daughter who was bleeding.
They then helped them rush their daughter to Kilgoris sub county hospital because they girl was in a very critical condition.The doctors at the hospital tried their level best to save the life of the minor but unfortunately she died.
The two are now being held at Kilgoris police station and will arraigned to court to answer charges against them.
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