Today detectives from the criminal investigation unit arrested, Kiambu women representative aspirant Gladys Chania after her husband was found murdered and body dumped in a Kiambu forest.
According to detectives, George Mwangi who worked in a foreign country came back for a holiday and was to return to his place of work next week.
Sadly, it has now emerged that the upcoming Tycoon was murdered at his bedroom before his body was moved out and dumped in a thicket.
The wife who happens to be a well known politician has been named as person of interest owing to the details of her husband's death.
Detectives have established that Mwangi was hit with a blunt object on his head leaving him dead.
In an interesting twist, a Facebook post done by the same Mp Aspirant back in September has sparked serious uproar across the internet with netizens airing some varied views.
In the said post Chania talks about death ans how the dead should be left to rest.
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