Initial reports had suggested that the Nakuru-based Police Corporal was the person behind the deaths of Peter Ndwiga and John Ongweno. The two cops were killed a few days apart with Caroline the main suspect.
Her body was found in the bathroom, at her parent's home where she had reportedly committed suicide. Several suicide messages were found on her phone.
It has now been established that the suicide message was meant for Caroline's brother Mark Kangongo who they were very close to. According to a report by the star, Caroline failed to send the messages since the phone did not have a Simcard.
Mark confirmed indeed he has done as Carolyn had requested him in the SMS. In one particular SMS, Caroline instructed Mark to take care of the children since their Dad was very busy with women.
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