Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) is investigating the gruesome death of Esther Wambui, the lady whose body was found stashed in a suitcase, and are now treating her husband as a person of interest in the killing.
Her husband Simon Ngigi, 23, told detectives that he always escort his wife to her place of work in the morning and would come for her at Total fuel station on Thika Road later in the evening.
However, according to CCTV footage, Mr Ngigi did not go for her at her place of work as she left the area at 8.30 pm on Sunday, January 16. Detectives also questioned him why he didn't report the matter to the police at the time he noticed she was missing.
Her co-workers who spoke to Nation Africa said that Mr Ngigi was a jealous lover and the deceased always had her won problems on love matters. Her husband denied the allegations saying they have never quarrelled since they got married more than six months ago.
“Tuseme tu Bobo (Wambui) had her own problems on love issues and the husband was not comfortable,’’ one of her co-workers told the media house and declined to be named for fear of being summoned as a witness.
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