A few days ago, a Kenyatta University student went missing after claiming to go to visit her sister as per the reports that we have with us.
The Kenyatta University student who is identified as Victoria Muthoni Theuri, was studying Public Policy and Administration and was last seen on 25th December.
Her parents who live in Kahawa Sukari, are said to have reported her missing on the 26th of December as per the reports that we have with us.
On the day that she is reported to have gone missing she had told her parents who both live in Kahawa Sukari Estate of Kiambu county that she had gone to visit her sister.
When she did not return home that day, the parents had to call her sister to find out whether she would be sleeping at her place that night or if she would be returning home.
Residents of Alvo House noticed a foul smell emanating from a house in the building and they alerted the authorities.
After breaking down the door, the body of the student was found in the living room with Jo physical injuries.
Her boyfriend, who claimed to have gone to their home for Christmas has been arrested and is helping police with investigations.
Picture courtesy. The young student who lost her life.
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