The 14-year-old girl implicated in the deadly Moi Girls’ Secondary School dormitory inferno in which nine students died risks spending her entire life in prison if found guilty.
The form one student yesterday denied nine counts of murder before High Court judge Luka Kimaru.
This came hours after the government positively identified the victims, following the completion of DNA testing.
She was accused of murdering nine students on September 1 at Kabarnet dormitory.
The girl denied killing Natalie Nanga, Marcia Okello, Alakirr Malong, Hana Jeysso, Whitney Kerubo, Easter Neema, Hawa Aziz, Nancy Thuju and Mary Njengo.
Justice Kimaru held the brief proceedings in camera, with only lawyers, prosecutors and the girl’s parents allowed inside the courtroom.
“This is a child’s matter a...