A month after the slain Kianjokoma brothers Benson Njiiru and Emmanuel Mutura were laid to rest, their mother Catherine Wawira has finally broken her silence where she has admitted that she is yet to come to terms with the deaths of his two sons.
Ben and Emmanuel were found dead after being arrested for contravening curfew rules and six policemen have since been arrested in connection with the deaths.
As the quest for justice drags on, their mother Catherine has revealed that she has been forced to halt some of the public gatherings she used to attend before the sad ordeal because of shame.
Catherine laments that going to the market has become an equally daunting task and she would rather stay indoors than openly interact with other people.
"I don't want to keep meeting so many people. I have been invited to chamas but I have turned them down, To lose two sons is no joke, Ben even hard a twin sister. I urge the government to ensure that no other parent will have to go through what my family and I have endured." She said.
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