(Images Courtesy)Following the cruel murder of Agnes Tirop who was slain to death, one of her very close friend has taken it to the public offering a 100,000 cash reward for anyone who will help find the murder suspect.
"My offer for 100,000 Kenyan shillings still stands to whoever will lead to the capture of the evil thing and poor excuse of a human being who killed my friend. His name is Emmanuel Ibrahim Kipleting. This is the last photo of my friend Agnes with him that they found in her phone before she was brutally murdered. It was more gruesome than it is been displayed in the news. I don't even know or how to summon imagination of it. It hurts to imagine what type of pain she went through in her last day on earth. So please let's find this son of a bitch and bring him to justice. And I hope when I die. I'm made an angel in hell so I can have eternity with him. Also where the heck is the person who took the picture. Where was he or she when all that was happening? #Justiceforagnestirop" Said Kiplimo Chemirmir.
The killer bileaved to have been the husband went into hiding after making a phonecall and confessing to have conducted the act according to reports, is being sorted after so that he can give a clear disclosure to the case.
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