The detectives from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) have launched investigations into the mysterious death of a 50-year-old businessman.
Francis Kiambi Kiriro was found dead at his home in Karen, Nairobi on Monday morning.
According to preliminary police reports, Kiriro and his wife Mary Waigwe Muthoni, returned home together at around midnight after spending some time at a local entertainment joint within Karen.
Moments after arriving home, Muthoni said that she got into some domestic differences with her husband after she refused to be his guarantor in securing a Ksh.2 billion loan he was seeking to open a business.
According to Muthoni, after the disagreement, they went ahead to sleep but in different rooms.
In the morning at around 6am, Muthoni went to check on her husband only to found him lying dead on his bed.
According to police who visited the scene, there were some vomits beside the bed where the businessman’s body was lying. The police further stated that the body had no visible injuries.
Kiriro vied for the Tharaka Nithi County senatorial seat in 2017 but he didn't win.
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