In an examination led by Government Pathologist Dr Johansen Oduor, Mrs Wambua was assaulted by Peter Mwangi and another unidentified person, to which they did unspeakable things to her before strangling Jane Wambua to death.
Authorities have painted the main suspect Peter Mwangi Njenga as a man with a troubled past. His run ins with the law date back to 1996 when he was arrested for stealing in Karen police station.
A year later in 1997, Mwangi was arrested for breaking in and stealing around Ngong, charges that earned him 12 months in prison and 4 strokes of canes.
In 2002, Peter Mwangi was arrested again with charges of defilement and robbery with violence. The court sentenced him to death.
In 2005 he appealed the Death sentence, and a year later, the court of appeal ordered for his release pending the hearing and determination of his appeal.
In 2021, other charges have now been linked to him in relation to the painful death of NLC's Jane Wambua, who was strangled to death, after the suspects did terrible things to her.
The picture of Peter Mwangi Njenga has not been made public.
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