The family of the Kiriri University student Christine Wanjiru Githinji who was found murdered in Githurai has finally spoken. Christine's sister has said that she received a phone call at around 7:30 PM while on the day that she went missing. The abductors were using Christine's phone to call the family members and demanding a ksh.89,000 ransom. Her sister has said that she sent them Ksh. 5,000, only for the abductors to call her later and tell her to check on her Christine's body from the morgue.
"Go to the mortuary we do not want you money anymore, Christine's sister said in deep pain. Christine had allegedly kept on communicating to her best friend while she was in the boyfriend's house until around 7:30 PM when she told her that she was returning home in Mwihoko. The family reported about her missing after she failed to sit for an exam the following day in the morning.
The family is seeking justice after their kin was found in the city mortuary hours after she went missing. Cases of abduction have increased in the country and Kenyans have been urged to be cautious of criminals who are luring people and leading them to the grave.
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