Nakuru Police Officers Launch Search for Abrasive Father Caught on Viral Video Caning Young Son

Nakuru Police Officers Launch Search for Abrasive Father Caught on Viral Video Caning Young Son

  • Sammy Ondimu Ngare shared that police in Nakuru are looking for a man who beat up his son with a belt at some point, removed his clothes to make the beating worse
  • Ngare, who also saw the video, said that it was very painful, and his sentiments were echoed by people from all walks of life
  • Ngare told that the young man took off in the wee hours of the morning with the little boy and was last seen in Eldoret with the boy

Philanthropic police officer Sammy Ondimu Ngare has announced that police officers are looking for a father who was seen brutally caning his son in their house.

Police officers on duty (r), and philanthropic cop Sammy Ngare (r). Photos: Sammy Ngare, Sopa Images.
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Who took the video of Nakuru caning?

In the heartbreaking video, the young father is seen with a belt beating his son savagely as a woman who is believed to be his stepmom takes a video.

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The video has been roundly condemned from all quarters, with many calling for the arrest of the young father while others wanted the neighbours to act on him as soon as possible.

Some netizens went further and tagged Ngare on social media posts, urging him to act as soon as possible.

Where was the man last seen?

“Give us some time…I have seen very many tags and my colleagues around Nakuru town are looking for him. I will update you once ametiwa mbaroni. “Those who have watched the video understand what is happening. It is very painful; thank you all for coming out to condemn this act. Asanteni sana,” he added.

In an interview with, Ngare said the man took off with the son upon hearing that they were looking for him.

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“I’m working with my colleagues…neighbours says he ran away with the child at around 4am. We are working with the Directorate of Criminal Investigations and he was last spotted in Eldoret. We will arrest him; Kenya is very small,” he said.

Kenyans react on the caning of boy

Marggie Kamundia:

“This boy is also hoping the mother will rescue him. But ako tu. Why would you let your child grow up in such an environment”

Simon Ronoh:

“The father needs counselling.”

Lisper Moraa Ogutu:

“Awekwe ndani he didn’t even dare to care hata mtoi alijaribu kumuomba msamaha lkn alizidi kumchapa kinyama yaani mtoi anamwambia nimeshindwa kupumua but ……that vedio wish singewatch as a mum I felt it.”

Naomi mburu official:

“Sawa mkuu tunakuaminia…kwanza mii nagoka sana kuona tu imekamatwa..najua ataelezea vizuri sababu ya kufanya hivo….”

Bosaya Kenya:

“Asante sana kwa kusikia kilio mkuu.”

Kairetu ka Wangige:

“Nahuyo mwanamke before before askari waingilie may the neighbour do something to them.”

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Hon Dominic Mangerere Jayune:

“It’s not normal for a parent to beat a child like that the guy was killing or hopefully the helpless woman would take him to the hospital.”

The man is so violent the daughter is the one who recorded the video, and the man is always violent. their mum goes for vibaruas and it is like the kids don’t go to school. a neighbour said is very violent.

but the mother keeps on calling because is the one who feeds the children, Nikitrace na watu wa DCI he has been in Eldoret.

Child protection unit .


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