Nakuru — A medical doctor used to be arrested in Nakuru County on Saturday for allegedly killing his children by injecting them with an insulin overdose.
Authorities said the doctor then attempted to commit suicide sooner than he used to be arrested.
“The police are following that case nonetheless we are suspecting he must were abominable. We can provide more crucial points when the officers halt the investigation. He killed his two children,” said Rift Valley Regional Commissioner George Natembeya.
The doctor who attempted to waste himself with the same insulin used to be rescued and introduced to the sanatorium below tight security.
Bodies of the two minors extinct 3 and 5 had been taken to Nakuru Municipal mortuary anticipating a postmortem as phase of the investigation.
Whereas such case where a health care provider kills his children or folk identified to him are uncommon in Kenya, suicides were on the rise in what experts attribute to stress, alongside with these linked to the COVID-19 pandemic economic effects.