The Death of NLC worker Jennifer Wambua continues to raise more questions than answers as police continue with the probe. On Friday Night, DCI officers who have been working on the case reported a significant Breakthrough after they were able to place the suspect at the scene of the murder.
According to a report by the DCI, the NLC worker had left her home to go to Ngong for prayers. She reportedly prayed alone for a while before her Killers strike.
According to the DCI report, Peter Njenga Alias Ole Sankale noticed her and offered to give her water to drink. The suspect then reportedly took her to the bush where he abused her and later strangled her.
The suspect has since been arrested and is awaiting to be arraigned in court on Monday. According to a report by Citizen TV, the Suspect has finally spoken today where he reportedly denied the accusations. He also denied seeing another man in the said location.
Police are currently looking for the second suspect who may have participated in the act. Video.
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