Much have been said about the cold murder of a national lands commission officer who is alleged to have been a witness in Sh122m case. It's Ngong residents who stumbled on her body where they alerted the police, and cops ferried it to mortuary and booked it as unidentified.Picture for illustrative purpose.
Senior Counsel Wahome Thuku, is among the country's top lawyers who have given out their legal views and opinions about the above discussed matter. Through his facebook page, he has boldly and confidently said that he doesn't know the circumstances under which the NLC lady was killed, but has clearly explained how the 'killers' did totally nothing as a matter of doing away with the alleged evidence the lady had.
Using one of the alleged cases associated with the late NLC officer i.e Weston Hotel case, Wahome has legally explained what happens even when the lady in question is already dead.
Attached please find his facebook post as I captured it from his facebook timeline for your review. "I believe the Weston Hotel land issue is a civil case so killing her to block any evidence from her would be an act in futility" reads part of his facebook post.Picture for illustrative purpose.
He concluded by informing Kenyans that, any evidence this lady had belongs to the national land commission, and it can be given by anybody and admitted in court. He has truly enlightened so many Kenyans who had no knowledge on how such evidences. Let's wait and see how the officers from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations DCI, will conclude as the cause of her death.
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