An 8 year old who went missing on Monday night was found on Tuesday in a tea plantation. The grade one pupil from Muranga county, Kayu Village, was reported missing by her father prompting a search party to be sprang into action.
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Hannah Wambui was studying at Rwathia Primary School before her gruesome demise. Her mother had travelled to Nairobi to take care of a relative who was sick leaving the child with the father.
The child went missing when her father was preparing supper in their shop at around 7:30 PM and that is when the alarm was raised. Her socks were found at a nearby shopping center but the clothes were discovered in the main suspect's house. It is believed that he defiled her before killing her.
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There is belief that the 8 year old might have been killed in a ritual killing as her private parts were missing. One of the members of the search party stepped on her body in a tea plantation, raising the alarm and calling the others to the scene.
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