A group of DCI officers from the forensic department were sent into the scene where the murder of the Eldoret-based fashion designer Mr. Edwin kiptoo Chiloba took place yesterday. The investigation into the cause of death of the Eldoret-based fashion designer Mr. Edwin kiptoo Chiloba is drawing closer to its conclusion. This comes after a week in which numerous arrests were made on those who are thought to have been engaged in the heinous murder.
The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) located clothes with blood stains inside the rented home that Edwin Chiloba had, thanks to the Kenyans.co.ke verified Facebook page. They intend to use these clothes to investigate his murder more thoroughly.
As of right now, his roommate, Mr. Jackton Odhiambo, who is believed to be his boyfriend, and another Eldoret-based physique builder are currently detained and waiting to be charged in court for the murder of judges.
This comes in the wake of a report from a government pathologist that claims Chiloba's death was caused by the insertion of socks and pieces of clothing into his mouth.
As of right now, Jackton Odhiambo has admitted to having killed his friend while also stating that Mr. Chiloba was unfaithful to them both in their respective romantic relationships. As patriotic Kenyans, we strongly encourage all individuals who are currently in a romantic relationship to find positive ways to resolve their conflicts rather than being involved in illegal activities as a means of doing so.
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