Less than 4 months have elapsed since the painful murder of Velvine Nungari.
The 23-year-old lady was suspected to have been a student at the Kenyatta University fraternity.
She had set out on a date oblivious of the fact that her forefathers were murmuring her name from their dead beds.
The DCI detectives skillfully managed to unleash the series of events that culminated in her death.
She had been defiled, injected with poison and left for dead in a lodging within the vicinity of the famous Kenyatta University.
A gynaecologist from the Kenyatta University Teaching and Referral Hospital where she was admitted on that fateful day had revealed that the late had suffered critical pelvic injuries.
The main suspect in her murder was her alleged 'sponsor' who was linked to the crime scene by circumstances.
He was detained and later released on bail.
Since his release, the DCI are yet to update Kenyans on the milestone of the case.
Their eerie silence raised red flags among Kenyans who took to Twitter by storm responding to their dormancy on the matter.
"Murder is the most complicated one to deal with in Kenya, it can take even 10 years to conclude." Claimed a Kenyan.
"Ooh man! You had the culprit, did he buy his way out via corrupt ways?" Inquired a Kenyan on Twitter.
The weakest links in the fight against crime lies within the corruption affiliated corridors of justice and the Office of the DPP.
Do you think that her murderer bought his freedom from these offices even after the DCI garnered and tabled sufficient evidence against him?
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