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Class Three Girl Reportedly Defiled By Her Teacher Dies

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Elizabeth Musyoka holds a picture of her nine-year-old daughter Agnes who died on Saturday following severe injuries she suffered after being defiled. Photo Courtesy

Class Three girl reportedly defiled by her teacher dies

Agnes Musyoka, a bubbly nine-year-old girl loved the outdoor; when not helping her mother, you wouldn’t miss her playing hide-and-seek with her friends.

Her innocent laughter would break the monotony at dusk, keeping her mother busy as she prepared the evening meal.

On Sunday, the little angel lost a three-day fight for her life at Kakamega County Hospital’s Intensive Care Unit.

But Agnes didn’t have to die. A beastly act by a teacher she knew as her tutor and protector ended her young life.

Elizabeth Musyoka holds a picture of her nine-year-old daughter Agnes who died on Saturday following severe injuries she suffered after being defiled. Photo Courtesy

The suspect, an untrained teacher at a local private school in Kakamega town, is accused of preying on and defiling her on January 15.

The man was living in a rented house next to the victim’s home at Makaburini estate on the outskirts of Kakamega town.

Agnes’ death is a double tragedy to Elizabeth Musyoka, her mother, given her father, Raphael Musyoka, died on the day the girl was born in 2011.

Elizabeth said her daughter was discovered to have been defiled when her elder sister was bathing her.

According to her, Agnes was bleeding from her private parts, something that alarmed the sister.

“We asked her what had happened but she could only cry. Later she opened up saying the suspect warned her not to tell anyone about what he had done to her,” said Elizabeth.

She added: “She told me that the suspect had promised to give her Sh1,000 if she didn’t tell anyone about what had happened.”

Elizabeth later reported the matter to the police before taking her daughter to hospital, but the doctors and nurses strike complicated things.

“She did not receive medical attention due to the strike. My daughter could sleep during the day but scream at night complaining of chest, neck and stomach pain and persistent headache. We took her to several health facilities hoping she would get better. However, she was only given painkillers even as her condition deteriorated,” said the mother.

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