A 23-year-old man has reportedly stabbed his 4-year-old nephew to death at his residence in Kilingot village, Baringo north in Kenya. The suspect has been recognized as Silas Kipkosgei and he reportedly stabbed his nephew to death on Tuesday, May 23, after he was left in his custody. Preliminary reviews point out that the suspect was seen waylaying the nephew with some sweets and rock truffles at his home which is inside the homestead shortly earlier than he took him to the lounge and stabbed him to death 3 times on the neck and again. Solomon Cheptumo, a village elder informed journalists that the minor’s grandmother who was on the farm got here in to examine on the grandson and in addition to serve him lunch however was unable to hint him, she then referred to as the suspect who was inside however did not reply. When she determined to examine in the lounge however discovered it locked from the within. Cheptumo mentioned; She then peeped by the window, seeing Kipkosgei sitting on the fringe of the couch watching his nephew, with some blood flowing on the couch, she pleaded with him to open the door however he didn’t reply, and thats when she suspected one thing was unsuitable and referred to as out for assist from the neighbours. Upon arrival, we made our method inside the lounge, and to our shock discovered Kipkosgei ingesting water from a cup whereas staring on the physique of the deceased which was mendacity lifeless on the couch with blood oozing from the stabbed wounds,” neighbours said Security operatives were alerted immediately to help stop any lynch attempt on the suspect. Joshua Kandie who is the village chief noted that they suspect that Kipkosgei has mental issues as he stabbed his brother in the past. At the time, his brother managed to escape death by a whisker. The officers who arrived at the scene took the deceaseds body to Baringo County Referral Hospital Mortuary, awaiting postmortem while the accused was detained at Kabanet Police Station. The post 23-year-old man stabs 4-year-old nephew to death appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog.
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