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9-year-old Girl in Homa Bay defiled, Eyes Stabbed

A 9-year-old girl was seriously injured by a man who violated her, and as a result, she was taken to Homa Bay County Teaching and Referral Hospital.

After the incident, the fourth-grader at a private school in Homa Bay town sustained injuries to her rectum and eyes.

According to reports, the child was defiled on Tuesday afternoon at Homa Bay town’s Shauri Yako estate on a sorghum farm by an unidentified guy.

Before snatching the child and pulling her into the property, the man had delayed her journey to her grandmother’s house.

After the event, the suspect fled, stabbing and slitting her eyelids with a sharp weapon.

After the incident, the girl was found sobbing bitterly, according to her grandmother.

The girl was also beaten by the man with a blunt weapon in several regions of her body.

The grandma claimed to have seen the man vanish into the farm but was unable to place him.

She claimed that upon hearing the voices of ladies racing to save the girl, the man hurried into the farm.

According to hospital matron Caroline Adongo, the girl’s cornea—the inner layer of the eye—sustained significant injuries.

She claimed that there was also a rupture in the orbital bones of both eyes.

Adongo told reporters that the girl also had severe injuries to her vagina and rectum after doing an evaluation and bringing her to the hospital for surgery.

Chief Bob Lang’o of Arujo Location stated that they are assisting the police in their efforts to apprehend the perpetrator.

He declared that the situation is being looked into and that the person who caused the ordeal would be taken into custody.
The girl had developed a fistula as a result of the assault because she was unable to regulate her stools.

To help the girl catch her breath, oxygen was first administered.

Because of the incident, she was later brought into an eye theatre for surgery.

Local citizen and leader of Joy Evangelistic Ministries of Christ, Bishop James Kambona, denounced the act.

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