Toddler Found Dead Floating In Well In Suspected Ritual Murder
A 3-year-old infant was found dead floating in a well in Kuwadzana in what is suspected to be a ritual murder.
Residents in Kuwadzana woke up to a shocker when a toddler was found dead in a well in a bush close to their community. The young boy was found floating in a well by residents who had gone to fetch water.
The body was discovered by one of the residents Tendai Majoni, after she had gone to fetch water.
Wells have become an alternative source of water in Kuwadzana after boreholes close to their houses have not been functional.
”We have boreholes closed to our houses, but lately, they haven’t been functional so we have alternatives of wells that are in the bush.
”The well that the young boy was found in is one of them so around 10am we went into the bush to fetch water. When we got there we found the boy floating. We tried to take the body out of the water hoping that the boy was still alive, but when we discovered that he was already dead we left it in the water and went to nearby houses to alert others, ” she said.
As efforts to find the family of the minor were being made, individuals who managed to see the lifeless body failed to recognize him.
”We have never seen the young boy boy in our community, I suspect that he was murdered for rituals and was dumped here.”
There are also chances that the child could have been walking in the bush and then fell into the well by himself, but is face is not familiar.
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