Residents of Gatanga have been brought to tears following the murder of her two children by a 26-year-old woman in the most recent case to be reported from Murang'a county, which took place last week.
The mother, from Katitika village in Gituamba, Murang'a County, is suspected of murdering her two children, who were 5 and 2 years old at the time of the alleged murders. The children were killed in their home.
In addition to poisoning the children, she is accused of committing suicide in the same residence where the children were discovered.
Residents who spoke with our reporter indicated that the lady had been reclusive in the previous week, which was odd for her given that she was a social woman in her previous life.
According to Samuel Irungu, a resident of the neighborhood, she was a lovely lady who no one in the community knew who she was.
By the time this story was written, it was still unknown as to why the lady in issue had committed the act in question.
The bodies of the three victims have already been transferred to the Mortuary, where they will remain while the inquiry is still continuing.
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