When Njagi got to the dispensary, he saw his son lying inside the police vehicle while the wife was writhing in pain inside the dispensary.When the wife of Athanas Kihungi Njagi was hit by a police car in Njoro, Nakuru, she was rushed to a nearby dispensary.When doctors tried resuscitating her she took her last breath.
"Tulikuwa maombolezi kwingine nikapigiwa simu nikaambiwa nikimbie karibu na nyumbani kwangu, mke wangu na mto amegongwa na landcruiser Police Station, vile nilaimbiwa hivo nilitafuta piki piki nikakimbia nilipofika hapo nilipata walikuwa wamechukuliwa lakini nilipata OCS akiwa OCS akiwa amesimama hapo na askari mwingine lakini niliona boda boda ikiwa imevunjika hapo kando ya barabara," Njagi narrated.
But the neighbours and friends have stopped coming to the home to mourn with the Otienos because it is taking too long for the burial to take place as there is no body to bury.I just want to bury my wife," says Otieno at his home in Nakuru's Flamingo Estate.
Addressing the media today, Mwanzo said the man smashed his 30-year-old wife's head with a heavy object as she slept and stabbed his son to death.
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