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‘Serial Killer’ Haunts Little Girls in Uasin Gishu
June 22, 2020
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11-year-old Sarah Njeri from Soy sub-County in Uasin Gishu is now officially the lastest victim of femicide after her remains were located at a farm belonging to an unnamed man.
In a horrific scene, the residents found skeletal remains and parts of her body have not yet been recovered.
Njeri’s murder brings to five the number of girls murdered in Moi’s Bridge, Soy, Uasin Gishu since the beginning of this year.
Her body had been severed into multiple pieces.
Stacy Nasibo Achieng
Stacy is a 10-year-old girl who disappeared on the last day of 2019. The primary school pupil left home at 6 pm on a mission to buy tomatoes and coriander from a nearby kiosk, her distraught mother waited for her daughter’s return in vain. Stacey was raped and strangled on New Year’s Eve.
In February, 13-year-old Lucy Wanjiru was selling manning her mother’s sukuma wiki stand when an unknown attacker raped her, hacked her body to pieces, placed it in a paper bag, and put the vegetables she was selling on top of the paper bag. The two girls lived less than 300 meters away from each other.
On May 21st, 11-year-old Grace Njeri had just returned home from an errand when she suddenly vanished. Her dismembered body was found a whole month later. Her hands were missing.
The fourth girl was never identified. But because her body was found in the same part of Uasin Gishu, she and the three other girls may all be victims of the same killer.
Area Sub County Police Commander called on the Directorate of Criminal Investigations to support them in investigating the murder, he aid that they were already on their way.
Njeri went missing in May. So far, residents of Soy say that they have seen 5 girls murdered, all aged between 8-12.
In January this year, yet another 11-year-old was found dead at Moi’s Bridge Railway Station. She had been defiled and strangled. The girl met her cruel fate after her mother sent her on an errand to buy food at 6 pm. The area OCPD then Fanuel Nasio, cautioned parents against sending children during ‘late’ hours.
Back in October of 2019, Soy hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons when serial killer Mustaffa Idd confessed to killing 21-year-old Emma Wanyota. Idd, a carpenter, said that killing women and dismembering their bodies was a fantasy of his.
Mustaffa Idd killed Emma Wanyotta while he was still out on bail for yet another murder, that of a woman from Kapkoi, Kiminini in July 25, 2017.
He had deposited a title deed in lieu of a Sh 1 million bond to get out of jail.
Emma Wanyotta’s murder drove Moi’s Bridge residents into a panic, and they rioted on the streets to express their displeasure with the government for releasing the killer on bond only for him to kill again.
The first murder case is yet to be concluded. Mustaffa Idd is believed to have murdered at least three women.