A few days ago, two brothers who had just started their pork Business in Kianjokama, Embu, died under mysterious circumstances. The two brothers are said to have been arrested by cops on patrol before they were found in a morgue a few days later.
Picture courtesy. Grave of the two brothers.
Six police officers who were on patrol that evening were implicated in the deaths of the two brothers. They were arrested and brought to Milimani Law Courts where they are charged with murder of the two young brothers.
This afternoon, through a local publication, we have learnt of the demise of a family member of the two brothers. Their grandmother, identified as 94-year-old, Gladys Embu has sadly passed on.
Picture courtesy. The Kianjokama brothers.
A family spokesperson who is also an uncle of the two brothers, broke the news, revealing that the grandmother died of depression. She allegedly went mute when she heard that the brothers had been killed.
The three are said to have been inseparable before the demise of the two brothers. The father of the slain brothers, John Ndwiga, revealed that the grandmother died due to high blood pressure.
"She was the only surviving grandmother and was very close to the boys. She was a strong woman but after the deaths, she would come to the homestead and never speak to anyone," Nthiga, The family Spokesperson revealed.
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