Some few weeks ago, there was the trending story of the murdering of the two Kianjokoma brothers.
The six police officers involved in the murder are as follows;
Corporal Consolata Njeri.
Corporal Benson Mbuthia.
Constable Lilian Cherono.
Constable Martin Wanyama.
Constable Nicholas Sang.
Constable James Mwaniki.
Few days later the two brothers were laid to rest in the same grave at their rural home. Their murder story touched very many Kenyans and many said that justice should be done concerning the killing of the two brothers.
The case of the kianjokoma brothers is still in court awaiting for final rulling.
However fresh reports have emerged that the police suspects for this case want the bodies of the two brothers exhumed for and a fresh postmortem conducted.
Do you think the police suspects were involved in the killing of the two brothers?
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