An application has been filed to chief magistrate court by Wanja Wamaitha via her lawyer Omari. Going by reports, Wanja wants the court to grant her orders to exhume her infant, who died in 2017, for autospy.
According to Wanja, "her Ex husband, lawyer Harrison Kinyanjui, is a 'devil worshiper' and might have killed their daughter for prosperity."
Narrating the scene; the daughter died due to fever. At the time, Wanja wanted their kin to be buried at their home in Maa Mahiu but Harrison declined and buried the kin Gatundu.
According to Wanja, "results from pathologist are yet to be seen since their kins death. These makes her suspect her ex husband might be the one behind the death."
Moreove, Wanja has also stated that her husband never took their daughter serious, the time she was sick. What's your take, share it on the comment section.
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