A family in Gilgil, Nakuru county is reeling in shock after their 21- year- old daughter was found dead hours after attending a party organized by her friend. According to a report by one of the local media houses, the body of Angeline Wangui was found in a sack dumped along the Nakuru- Eldoret highway on Ngata bridge.
According to the deceased' s father, her body was found on Jamhuri day. He further said he had spoken to her the previous day. " She informed me she was preparing supper and that she was with her elder sister. She told me to greet her mother, " he said. In addition to that, he said that her daughter had been invited to attend a party at Kabarak.
She was to spend the night at her friend' s place and return the following day. Speaking to detectives attached to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations, Angeline' s sister said she was always on the phone talking with someone who was asking her reason for delaying to attend the party. They were shocked by the sad news of her death the following day.
It has been confirmed that the sad news was broken by their pastor who called them to town urgently without disclosing anything. " When the pastor called I never suspected anything. We went with my wife. On our way, the pastor told us that my daughter was involved in an accident but after gathering enough courage he told us what had happened and that her body was at Nakuru City mortuary, " he added.
The family is yet to accept the death of their loved one. They have called upon police officers to haste their investigations and arrest those who killed Ms. Angeline. A postmortem conducted on her body showed that she died of strangulation and had been rãped. The assailants did not take anything from her. This is because they left her phone and all valuables in the sack they put her body.
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