Residents of Kahawa Wendani Estate in Nairobi are still grappling in deep shock after they woke up to a gruesome murder scene. The incident which happened earlier at night led to the discovery of the body of the victim who is said to be a highly ranked Kenya Defense Force (KDF) official.
According to a post on Facebook on the popular ' Buyer Beware Kenya', a social media user posted that the officer was early in the morning found in his house lying in a pool of blood at their rented apartment building. The flats are situated at Makiwanga area of the vast estate after neighbors who live close to their apartment say they heard a series of commotions earlier in the night.
The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) belonging to the scene of crime had secured the house trying to piece together the motive and who were involved in the gruesome murder. The wife to the officer is currently in custody of the police as investigations continue.
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