Much have been said about the cold murder of a national lands commission (NLC) Deputy Director who is alleged to have been a witness in Sh122m case.
It's residents of Kararapon in Ngong who on Saturday stumbled on her body in less than 24 hours before her disappearance where they alerted the police, and cops took the body to the mortuary and booked it as unidentified individual.
New details have now emerged that the National Lands Commission Deputy Director Jenifer Wambua received many stray phone calls proceeding her death as analysis on her phone has given the evidence.
According to detectives, some of the phone calls were never picked as callers hanged up before Ms Wambua responded.
This comes at a time when Senior Counsel Wahome Thuku, is among the country's top lawyers who have given out their legal views and opinions about the above discussed matter. Claiming that the murder may be linked to Weston hotel land saga is among the land issues where the late was the main witness.
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