Another visit to the crime scene where the body of the late National Lands Commission official Jennifer Wambua was recovered, has received an impromptu visit from some Homicide investigators who are yet to ascertain how Jennifer's body found itself in Ngong away from her office in Upperhill.
While a herder and a boda rider have been incarcerated, The police officers are planning to use their information to pin down the true criminals Who the body in the forest. L
However, police officers are yet to get CCTV footage that can help them explain how Wambua's lifeless body ended up in Ngong from her office in Upperhill.
According to K24, A forensic analysis on her mobile phone is also yet to give clues on the mysterious sequence that resulted to her death.
In link to her Murder, Investigators are examining the possibility that it could have been caused by the numerous cases she testified.
Therefore, what do you think led to Wambua's demise? Leave a comment, let's keep the discussion going.
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