Agness Tirop was the Kenyan Athlete who was found death in his house in Iten, Eldoret town. Her death was a shock to many because she was killed in cold blood whereby the postmodern revealed how she was stabbed by a sharp objects on her body. The suspects were arrested including her own husband who seems to be the main suspect.
In today's news, Immanuel Ibrahim Rotich,her husband had pleaded not quilty at Eldoret High Court. The bail rulling is set to be on December 1st this year 2021.
This is indeed a twist because according to CCTZv cameras,the husband was seen stabbing the athlete but now she is pleading not quilty,this means she may be set free after the bail.
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