Chief Justice Martha Koome. Photo courtesy.
Suprime court president Honerable Justice Martha Koome has finally opened up on the murder case of student. According to the standard newspaper, seemingly unsettled Chief Justice has ordered the Judge hearing the case of A University student who was hacked to death by her lover in Eldoret three years ago to speed up the matter and deliver justice to the family of the slain soul who was supposed to graduate with a digree of medicine at Moi University school of medicine.
Ivy Wangeci was killed while leaving MOI teaching and referral hospital where she was undertaking her Final practical rotations before qualifying. According to her Alleged boyfriend who is facing murder charges. The slain lady had recieved alot of financial resources from him only to start playing hide games after nearing graduation.
Lack of communication from her forced Kinuthia to travel from thika to Eldoret with an aim of solving the all misunderstanding that was between them. Unfortunately, ivy Allegedly dogged him several times, promoting him to kill her with an axe which he Allegedly got it from Town.
Well, now that the chief justice herself has ordered the case to speed up. Let's see how things will play out in the coming days. May ivy soul rest in peace.
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