The Director of Public Prosections has given the greenlight for charges to be opened against the main suspect in the murder of Jennifer Wambua. Jennifer is reported to have been killed as she was engaged in prayer at Ngong Hills.
It was reported that she was assaulted before she was killed in the most brutal of fashions. Her killer was recently arrested and he is said to be a serial killer as well as engaging in other unspeakable acts with his victims.
The man, identified as John Njenga alias Ole Sankale was arrested and all evidence points to him. He was recently taken through a psychological evaluation that determined he was of sound mind to stand trial.
The Director of Public Prosections, DPP, has now given the signal for this monster to be charged before a court of law. This will be some kind of closure to the family who have suffered for weeks not knowing when justice will be served to the killer of Jennifer Wambua.
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