About a two weeks ago a photo of a missing youth by the name Stephen Munga started making rounds on social media platforms in a bid to locate him. His body was later found at city mortuary.
It was alleged that he had attended a festival dubbed naifest which is organised by Nairobi socialite Bridget Achieng. From the people who had attended the function, there were many fights and robberies that happened during the event, and some people were even arrested.
On the sad part, Stephen Munga seems to be one of the victims of the fights and he ended up dead unluckily. Many Kenyans want the case tried and justice served hence the hashtag #justiceforstephen started being pushed.
However screenshots of one of the organisers chats was leaked and they are implying that with the right amount of money, the case will "kunywa maji" meaning it will disappear. They also said that Bridget was handling the case so her connections will help lessen the burden. We hope that this is not true and justice for Stephen Munga will be served. Below are the chats
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