A fourth suspect has been nabbed by the DCI in connection with the murder of Purity Wangeci. Isaac Kariuki Kibui, 22, was nabbed today morning in Thindigua Delish Nail bar in Kiambu County as detectives try to bring to book all Wangeci's killers.
After he was arrested, he led the detectives to a house where they recovered a blood stained jacket which he wore on the night of the murder. The jacket will be subjected to forensic analysis by experts based at the Biology unit of the DCI National Forensic Laboratory. It will be revealed whether the DNA found on the jacket will match the one that were found from previous suspects.
The body of Purity Wangeci was found along the roadside full of stabs and strangulation close to Mburiria estate in Kiambu County. The arrest of Kibui brings the number of suspects to four. Detectives have vowed not to leave any stone unturned until they nab all the killers.
DCI investigations revealed that Ms Wangeci met her painful death after she discovered that her new boyfriend was criminal and tried to confront him. Meanwhile, John Wanyoike Kibungi alias VDJ Flex and two other suspects namely Kinaiya Kamau and Brendan Muchiri were arraigned in Kiambu law courts today morning.
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