A child related dispute between a housemaid and her madam reportedly went sour, as the housemaid at the center of the incident reportedly stabbed her madam Ms Liz Ojwang (pictured) and her son Leone to death on Wednesday evening in Muhoroni, Kenya.
The deceased’s father, John Agolla Ojwang’, who spoke to newsmen said that his daughter came home to find her son in bad state. It was gathered that after the deceased confronted her housemaid, it led to a heated argument. The maid whose name was not given, reportedly stabbed both Liz and her son afterwards and then locked them up in the bedroom. She then spent the night in the living room with Liz’s niece, Cynthia.
Though the whereabouts of the housemaid is still unknown, however it was gathered that the bodies have since been picked by the police and taken to Star Mortuary in Kisumu.
Before her death, Liz worked as a Community Health Officer with an NGO in Muhoroni. She was a Diploma Graduate in Community Health and Development of Jaramogi Oginga Odinga University of Science and Technology (2016) and hails from Awelo village, North Sakwa ward, Bondo Sub County in Siaya County.
Few months ago, it was reported that a Doctors at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, Ikeja, worked hard to save the life of a civil servant in the state, identified only as Mistura, after she was allegedly attacked by her maid in Ejigbo area of Lagos State.
Mistura had been in a coma since Monday, March 5, 2018, when she was attacked with blended pepper and a wine bottle by the maid, identified as Susan Samson. It was gathered that despite a three-hour surgery, the victim was yet to come around and was in the intensive care unit of LASUTH.
It was learnt that Mistura, who taught in a public secondary school in Lagos, had employed Samson on February 4, 2018 to assist her with domestic chores before the incident occurred.