The death of Ms Regina, a fourth year engineering student at the University of Nairobi has continued to unravel unanswered questions. The lady is said to have gotten pregnant by an influential person and had even deferred her studies because of the pregnancy. Test's before capture that at some point the pregnancy was seven month's.
On the fateful day, she had gotten ill in a room where she lived with two of her colleagues and she was escorted down stairs in the company of two male neighbour's. She was ferried in a taxi to the University health centre where it us reported she was pronounced dead on arrival.
An ambulance from the general hospital was called to take her to the general mortuary but then the driver noted some two bags from the taxi that brought her in which had been left in the compound. He took them up and loaded them in the ambulance. The content's shocked everyone! On opening them, one bag was revealed to contain a dead foetus and the other contained some bloody pieces of clothing. The report furthers that she might have died of severe hemorrhage. But there is a lot to the story, was it an abortion? And if so, why in the seventh month after getting a deferment? The existence of the "influential" man in the story gives a hint into possible fear.
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