Police in Ol Kalou have launched investigations to find the mother of a one-month baby girl who was retrieved from a pit latrine.
The baby was discovered by a resident who had gone to relief herself in the latrine at a residential building near Ol Kalou town slaughter house.
She heard the baby crying and screamed hence attracted neighbours and police who were on patrol.
The baby was wrapped with a sheet and put in a sack which was then tied at the top.
Police used a hooked metallic object to retrieve the baby from the ten feet pit.
Nyandarua Central Sub-County deputy police commander, Florence Karimi, said the baby was rescued in good condition and rushed to J.M.Memorial hospital even as the mother is sought.
Else where a woman was left blind after unknown people gouged out her eyes.
Opticians said that Norah Jepchirchir will never see again after the heartless act by unknown assailants who attacked her as she made her way home last Saturday evening.
Nakuru Provincial General Hospital medics declared that the 30-year-old single mother of two will never see again after she had both her eyes gouged out in Eldama Ravine.
The incident is said to have happened near Camp David, a few meters from the Eldama Ravine police station.
Norah, who says was rescued by police and rushed to Eldama Ravine sub-county hospital before being transferred to Nakuru for further medication is yet to come to terms with her new reality and pleaded with the government to come to her and her young family’s rescue.
“I will no longer see, they did not take my money but decided to pluck my eyes out, she said as she cried and cursed the assailants.
I would rather they had even chopped my hands or legs.”
Speaking at the PGH Nakuru eye unit, medical officer in charge of the eye unit Benjamin Kariuki explained that every effort was done to rescue Norah eyesight but revealed that her eye balls had been gouged out.