KEWOTA TO DECLARE MADAM DAISY MBALUKA’S BURIAL DAY A NATIONAL DAY OF MOURNING EVEN AS RESIDENTS OF ENDAU AND MALALANI CLAIM THAT THE TEACHER WAS INVOLVED IN SEVERAL CRIMINAL ACTIVITIES THAT LED TO HER UNTIMELY DEMISE
A DETAILED REPORT ON WHAT MIGHT HAVE LED TO THE BURNING OF MADAM DAISY MBALUKA, A TEACHER AT MBOONI PRIMARY SCHOOL IN BROAD DAYLIGHT
Fresh details have emerged on the bizarre incident at Mbooni Primary School where Ms Daisy Mbaluka a teacher was razed to ashes by a mob of angry parents.
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According to Homicide detectives, the motive behind the cold-blooded murder of the teacher may not be poor KCPE exam results.
Preliminary reports into this investigation have indicated that Madam Daisy Mbaluka, the primary school teacher at Ndooni Primary School was involved in multiple criminal activities.
Residents of Endau and Malalani in Kitui East Sub County where Madam Daisy was born, brought up and later married have painted a grim picture of the murdered teacher.
According to the residents, Madam Daisy was an extremely feared woman who could lure men to her house only for them to get tortured and extorted.
One of the teacher’s victims Mr Mutiso Mulwa, 37, was allegedly brutalized at Madam Daisy Mbaluka’s home on the eve of the new year.
Yesterday, Amos Kithikii, Mr Mutiso’s uncle remembered how his nephew crawled to his home about 3 kilometres away from Ms Mbaluka’s home after he was savagely attacked and left for dead.
Mr Mutiso’s case was reported at Endau Police Station on January 2, 2020, and booked under OB Number 17/ 02/ 01/ 2020.
Confirming the incident, Kitui East Sub County Police Commander Consaga Malasi said that MrMutiso was greatly tortured and injured.
He also added that they were waiting for him to return a P3 form they gave him so that the Police force could dig into his case.
KEWOTA-Kenya Women Teachers Association has however dismissed these claims as unfounded. Members of KEWOTA held a demonstration accusing parents of Mbooni Primary School for their reckless, reeking impunity.
They said that they will ask the Teachers Service Commission TSC to declare the burial day of Ms Daisy Mbaluka a national day of mourning.