New details have been revealed by the Directorate of Criminal Investigation DCI over what transpired in the night before a second year university students died. According to DCI reports it has been revealed that Taylon Mbuthia, the Kirinyaga University student had visited his girlfriend identified as Margaret Nyambura, a Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) student.
They had a good time on Sunday together with their Friend identified as Shantel and another man identified as Joe Momanyi. On Monday during the day they were joined by Brian Andaki, a fourth year student at JKUAT, who had come to pick the same girl (Margaret Nyambura) whom the deceased had gone to see. The girl introduced the deceased as his cousin who had only come to pass greeting to her.
The five you continued partying until late Monday night. They they decided to go back to Margaret's room and when on the stairs an argument was ensued between Anadaki nd Taylon be it was followed by a loud thunder when Taylon fall on the ground floor and died on spot.
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