In Poroko village, Narok County, a Standard Eight student is suspected of killing a pregnant woman and her three children. The bodies of Evans Mioki, 10, and Eliot Leitipa, 5, who were the sons of Juliet Naeku, were discovered by police on Monday, 150 meters from their home. The suspect later confessed to the killings.
Hamisi Ganzallah, commander of the Trans Mara West Sub-County, said the suspect presented himself at the Kilgoris police station and offered statements that seemed to contradict each other, causing investigators to become suspicious. Ganzallah claims law enforcement officials say the injured suspect and inquired about the incident after learning of the severity of his wounds. However, as the police were taking down his statements, the suspect gave contradictory accounts of what had happened, so the officers eventually requested him to lead them to the spot.
Officers were on their way when they came across a group of people assisting a pregnant woman named Juliet Naeku who had been severely injured. The police took the woman to St. Joseph's Mission Hospital, where she was treated, and then transferred to Narok County Hospital, where she died on Sunday. At the time, they had no idea the boy was related to the woman. On Monday, law enforcement discovered two more dead, which were later sent to the mortuary at Kilgoris Mission Hospital in Narok. The suspect allegedly confessed to investigators that he was responsible for the murders of both the mother and her two sons while conducting the investigation. The defendant is suspected of stabbing his aunt multiple times and then strangling the two youngsters, according to a preliminary inquiry.
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