Kisii parents appeal for help in search for their missing Grade 7 daughter

Mrs Julius Mogoi, the mother of missing Grade 7 learner, Marion Mogoi. Photo: Enock Okong'o

A family from Mogonga village at Bombaba ward in Kisii County is appealing to the government to assist them get their daughter who went missing.

Marion Mogoi, Grade 7 pupil at Omobondo Primary School was sent home by her teachers to collect personal effects but when she picked the items from home, she never returned to school.

When her mother made a follow up to school, she was greeted with a rude shock as the daughter was missing.

“The watchman locked me outside the school compound lying that the head teacher was not at school to attend me,” she said.

The girl’s mother told Education News that after insisting to see the head teacher who was trying to dodge her for unknown reasons, he finally talked to her and told her not to expose the matter to the media but remain hopeful and the child will be found.

It was at that time when she took up the matter to Nyamache Sub-county education office but she was not able to meet the Sub County Director of Education for help.

Omobondo Primary School where Marion Mogoi is Grade 7 learner.

She reported that when her daughter left home a week ago, she was wearing a red t-shirt and black jeans trouser and she had a black bag.

She appealed to anyone with information about the whereabouts of her daughter to report to any nearby police station or call her father Julius Mogoi of Mogonga village near Mogonga Market in Kenyenya Sub-county.


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Meanwhile the police at Itumbe station have arrested a man and his wife for investigations after they allegedly strangled their infant child of two months old at a Bokinami village in Saneta Sub-county.

Villagers said that the woman eloped to the man two months ago with the child but the husband was not happy to live with a child who was not of his blood.

They reportedly strangled the child jointly but were discovered by villagers before burying it.

Area clan elder Jackson Ratemo reported the matter to the police who acted quickly and apprehended the suspects for interrogation.

Villagers reacted bitterly to the incident and asked the police to interrogate the suspects and ensure they face the law.

By Enock Okong’o.

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