The late Phyllis Jepleting whose body was found in her boyfriend's house. (Photo Courtesy)
The family, friends and Kenyans are in shock after another university student identified as Phyllis Jepleting was found dead in her boyfriend's house, Ezra Kipkemoi at Naka Estate, Nakuru County.
The late Phyllis Jepleting was a first year student at Karatina University who was taking a degree course in Maths and Biology.
According to Nation news reports, the body of the deceased University student was found in her boyfriend's house after neighbours reported of the foul smell that was coming out of the house of the accused.
The reports claim that after getting to the house, they found the lifeless body with blood oozing from her mouth and was identified from the documents that were there.
"The body had blood oozing from the mouth, nose and ears. We are pursuing the suspect to aid us in the investigations.
His phone is switched off and neighbours say he was last seen on December 26." Nakuru County DCI boss Anthony Sunguti confirmed this incident.
This comes a few days after another university student from Kenyatta University was found dead in her boyfriend's house in Kahawa, Kiambu County.
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