Clansmen execute man who killed three minors
SEE ALSO :Widow of ward rep wins seatHe reportedly stormed the house and opened fire on the children who were asleep. The three children; Ivyne Jepchumba, 4, Faith Jemeli, 8, and Justine Kemboi, 10, died on the spot, while a 20-year-old woman sustained bullet wounds. Kipkorir then vanished, only to be spotted in Kabulwo area, Keiyo North Constituency, four days later. When his clansmen got news of his whereabouts at around 9.30am, they immediately dispatched motorbikes to pick him up so that he could pay for his sins. Shallow grave
SEE ALSO :NLC told to end land rows in regionThe convoy of motorbikes arrived with him at 2pm, and after a short interrogation, he was shot dead before his family and local elders using the gun he had used on the children. At 2.30pm, Kipkorir was hurriedly buried in a shallow grave as dumbfounded villagers left the scene, speaking in low tones. “He was killed and buried by locals who said he had ashamed the village by killing innocent children. Police were not involved,” said a resident. The resident said when Kipkorir arrived in the village, he was forced to surrender the firearm he used to killthe three children. Marakwet East sub-county Police Commander Vincent Kitili said members of the suspect’s clan and family helped in tracing and arresting him.
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