The DCI had given blow-by-blow accounts of how George Mwangi, husband to Kiambu politician was brutally murdered. The employee of Gladys has narrated of what happened and more so on the load he was given to carry by Gladys Chania.
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The employee who was hired recently was urged by Gladys Chania to help carry a big load on top of a pickup. He did exactly as ordered but didn't realize if the load contained a body of a person because it was covered with polythene bags.
The employee who is believed to be part of the murderers narrates that he was never part of the murder plot. However the employee narrates that Gladys Chania might have killed her husband given the load he carried was heavy.
The DCI has already found blood stains in the bedroom of the deceased as well in pickup. The police are fully convinced that Mwangi was brutally murdered by his wife of course with the help of some employees.
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