The father of murdered Ruiru waitress, Esther Wambui, whose body was found dumped outside the Ruiru GSU gate, has said that she ignored him and refused to listen to his advice to finish her education.
He revealed that the deceased dropped out of school in while in form two and got married secretly
"She was a rude girl who dropped out of school in form two. She ignored my advice to finish her education. I was willing to pay for her education," he said.
Esther Wambui was found murdered on Monday, January 17, in what police suspect was linked to love triangle, given the writings on her body that shed light on what led to her killing.
The deceased's workmates attached a hotel in Ruiru said that her spouse, Joseph Ngige, was often a jealous man.
Police nabbed Ngige as the key suspect in his lover's death.
Ruiru, Director of Criminal Investigations detective (DCIO) Justus Ombati, noted that police retrieved mobile phone messages between Ngige and Wambui. Ngige took Wambui to where she works on the wee hours of the morning before she dissappeared.
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