Husband and two children are among the eight suspects arrested in connection with the murder of a woman in Murang’a County.
Joyce Wanjiru’s body was found by the students who were heading to school who then notified the locals and the teachers.
Mary Wanjiru, one of the locals who spoke to the press noted she saw the students surround the site where the body had been thrown and they were checking what was a mess.
“We checked it keenly and we established that it was a dead human body wrapped in a sack,” she said.
The dumped body, she confirmed was that of a middle-aged lady but the locals were unable to recognize her.
Joseph Maina, another local added that dumped body was cut into three pieces and it was unbelievable view it
“The body has been cut along the waistline, slightly above the chest and the pieces wrapped together in a sack,” he said.
Further, he noted that they believe the lady was killed somewhere elsewhere and her body transferred there confirming that there was a trail of blood clots coming from main Kenol-Murang’a road.
“We could clearly see the trail of blood along the footpath but when we got to the main road it disappeared,” he said.
The body was taken to Murang’a County morgue pending autopsy.
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