13-Year-Old Boy In Nyandarua Kills Playmate Who Refused His Sexual Favours


Police at Njambini police station in Kinangop, Nyandarua county, have seized a class three pupil after he slaughtered an 11 year-old girl who reportedly turned down his sexual advances.

The teenager, 13, stabbed the minor identified as Mary Nduta seven times using a sharp knife before reporting himself to the police.

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It is alleged that the families of the two pupils are neighbours and their parents had good relationship. The victim was in class two while her attacker is in class three (they started school late) and both school at Githinji primary school.

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Pauline Njeri, the victim’s mother told reporters that she never suspected such a thing could occur.

According to her, the class three pupil had gone to a nearby kiosk to buy sweets with her daughter when the late Wednesday incident happened.

She said they went past the kiosk as the boy had lured the minor to an oat plantation where he brutally murdered her.

He stabbed her in the stomach, chest and head using a kitchen knife.

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Moments later, the girl was found lying in a pool of blood close to the murder weapon. The girl’s family also said she was met still conscious and she very well identified the boy as her attacker.

The single mother of eight said:

“We were called by a neighbour who was attracted by my daughter’s screams. We first rushed the girl to Magumu health center but she was referred to Naivasha subcounty hospital”,

Dr Joseph Mburu, Naivasha sub-county hospital superintendent, said that the minor died from internal bleeding.

He was quoted as saying that :

“Some of her internal organs had been ruptured by a sharp object. The girl had been stabbed seven times in different parts of the body. Some of the internal organs had been ruptured by a sharp object and the girl had been stabbed seven times in different parts of the body”

Former Nacada chairman John Mututho, who visited the family, condemned the incident terming it as worrying, painful and unthinkable.

Mututho said:

“The boy should be counseled and investigations done to determine if he was under the influence of any drugs and where he obtained them from.”

Kinangop OCPD Yawa Chome said the class three pupil will be subjected to psychiatrist test before being charged.