Two days ago, an office in the National Lands Commission was reportedly missing since Friday and this prompted a search mission. She was searched all over Nairobi including hospitals,police posts and other places.A twist had emerged after it was found that Wambua had left her personal effects in the family vehicle’s boot. They included her mobile phone, packed lunch and handbag. The search mission was successful and the police claim that her body was found at Ngong area and it was taken to the city mortuary for preservation.
Today, capitalfm breaking news report that the Law Society Of Kenya wants government to allocate sufficient funds to Witness Protection Agency after death of National Land's Commission deputy communication's directorJennifer Wambua.
Nelson Havi;the LSK's president has since defended the society and refuted this false claims saying that,"The Law Society of Kenya has not made any such request or statement as misreported by you. ^POLSK".
This is a good move made by Nelson Havi by refuting these fake news that could have made headlines and mislead the people.
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