OMG: Mother Kills Her 4-year-Old Daughter, Dumps Body In Pit Latrine.
A 25-year-old woman has been arrested by police officials in Tinet, Nakuru county, Kenya for allegedly killing her four-year-old daughter.
The suspect identified as Faith Chepkorir murdered her daughter and dumped her body in a pit latrine at the Kapno centre in Kuresoi south on Tuesday, June 29.
According to Stephen Korir, a village elder in the region, the suspect initially denied knowing where her daughter was, but later led the villagers to the site where the body had been dumped.
She allegedly refused to confess to the crime until the body was recovered from the 7-foot latrine.
According to the villagers, the suspect recently separated from her husband due to unspecified family issues.
Photos show the suspect with her head bowed and her hands tied behind her back as locals awaited the arrival of local cops.
More photos and a video posted on Facebook showed woman bringing out the girl’s body from a sack.
The deceased’s body was taken to the Olenguruone funeral home, while the suspect is being held at the Kuresoi police station awaiting her court date.
REA;ATED NEWS: Suspected POS Robber And Phone Thief Killed, Set Ablaze In Delta
A suspected phone thief and a POS robber have been caught by vigilantes and set ablaze in Ughelli, Delta State.
One of the suspects said to specialise in snatching mobile handsets, was nabbed on Tuesday morning, June 29, after allegedly dispossessing his victims of their valuables at a building housing Kabaka Printing Press at Ekiugbo area.
Witnesses said the suspect had sneaked into one of his victims’ Make-Up store at about 9.15 a.m with a toy gun.
The source said the owner of the store, who was vigilant enough to discover that the gun the suspected armed robber was carrying was a toy gun, grabbed him and screamed for help.
“We heard an unusual noise from one of the stores in the upstairs and we rushed to see what was happening only to meet a man with a pistol rushing down from one of the apartments; then we decided to run for our dear lives,” the witness told Nigerian Tribune.
“We heard the owner of the Make-Up store shouting “ole ole ole,” so people started chasing him as he ran into St. Theresa’s Grammar School premise. He met his match when Ekiugbo Vigilante team, who were on hand during the pandemonium, accosted him and engaged him.”
The other suspect was gunned down by vigilantes and set ablaze along Ughelli Express Road by Glass House on Sunday, June 27.
According to the report, the suspect snatched a phone and money from a POS operator and tried to flee on a motorcycle before he was caught.
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OMG: Mother Kills Her 4-year-Old Daughter, Dumps Body In Pit Latrine
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