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Confusion at City Mortuary as Families of The Men Found Brutally Murdered Fight For One Body

The mystery that is sorrounding the unfortunate deaths of four friends who were found dead in what is believed to be academic writing accounts fraud has intensified. Over the weekend, a dispute ensued at the City mortuary over the remains of Elijah Omeka, one of the victims.

In Nyeri, the family of Perminus Wanjohi at the weekend claimed that the body that had been ferried home from the mortuary was not that of their kin. Bodies of Frank Obegi, Moses Nyachae and Omeka were discovered in Kijabe Forest on June, 19, 2022 while that of Fred Obare was found in Magadi a day later. Wanjohi's body was discovered in Kijabe on June, 18, 2022.

However, Mr Omeka's family went to pick the body of their kin only to find the one belonging to Joseph Njau Ngeno. On Saturday last week, police revealed that Omeka's body wad recovered in Machakos County.

A detective revealed that the body was badly mutilated since all his fingers on legs, hands and limps were removed. It was also evident that the bodies were doused in petrol. Omeka's wife, Mrs Dorothy Makena had reportedly filed a complaint against Obare saying that he had conned her ksh.100,000 by selling her a faulty academic writing account.

Source:https://nation.africa/kenya/news/kasarani-four-how-two-families-fought-for-one-body-at-city-mortuary-3860764

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City Mortuary Frank Obegi Fred Obare Moses Nyachae Omeka

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