Emily Chepkemoi, a 23-year-old medical student at Kenya Medical Training College was found dead inside her rented house in Oriang Estate, Homabay county.
According to the locals, Emily was last seen in public on Friday 2nd June 2021, and since then, even her phone calls are not going through. Police are currently investigating the murder case.
According to one of the witnesses by the one Malvin Otieno, the last time he saw her was on Friday afternoon when she was walking into the compound, since then, he has never seen her till the moment she was confirmed dead at her own rented house.
Neighbors confirmed that they felt a strange smell emanating from the deceased house, and when it prompted them to open the door, they were shocked to see her lifeless body lying in bed.
According to the area assistant chief by the name Duncan Oketch, the body had several stab wounds and maybe a cheating allegation may have resulted in the death.
The deceased boyfriend who is believed to be in a secret place is being pursued by the police officers. On Monday morning, her close friends expressed how they felt about their close ally.
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