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No justice for Mutomo boy beaten with club

A class eight pupil from Kandae Primary School which is in Mutomo Sub County, Kitui South is battling a painful journey of recovery from injuries he sustained after he was beaten by his cousin by the name Daniel Nyaga. 

A police OB slip from Mutomo Police Station where one Daniel Nyaga allegedly beat up his cousin using a club severely injuring his head, chest and private parts.

The boy who is sitting for his final exams this year met the cruel treatment where he was restrained into a room and hit with a club on his head, chest and his private parts by his cousin who sources said they live in the same homestead.

After the incident the boy's mother Anna Kakuu took him to the chief's office to report the matter first but the administrator observed the condition of the mother’s son and ordered her to take case to the police. 

Anna took his child to the public hospital where he was examined and later in the day, got referred to Mutomo Mission Hospital for further check-ups. He got the medication and was discharged to go home.

After four days of agony, the boy got back to the hospital but first he went to the police station and got a stamped document which is an OB (Occurrence Book) then proceeded to the hospital.

The boy went through the surgery in his private parts and got admitted in the Mutomo Mission Hospital for a week where he was discharged later issued with other doses to relief the pain.

He went on crying due to the severe pain for some days without going to school. This forced him and his mother to go back to the hospital for further medication and was referred to Kitui General Hospital which is in Kitui town. His mother took him there. The health officers worked out his condition and issued him some medicines and they went back home. 

One week ago, the boy was still in pains but under a better medication where he was able to attend his classes in school since this month started.

The young man was given time to heal so that the case can be taken to court. The case is under police investigation whereby the accused person has not been taken to face the law.

"After they got out of the house his (son)mouth was bleeding but I didn't give it attention. After showering he explained to his aunt that Dan had harmed him and he complained that he was in pain. That is when I took him to the area chief and he told me that is a police case. He called a member of World Vision in the area who helped me to take the matter to the police and they gave us an OB letter. Then we went to the hospital but the police told me to wait until my son is well then, I can go to proceed with the case” the boy's mother explained.


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