The national police service through the directorate of criminal investigation has come out to reveal the identity of the man who is believed to be behind the heinous murder of Jennifer Wambua, the National lands commission (NLC) deputy communication director who went missing with her body recovered at Ngong' forest.
The man identified as Peter Mwangi Njenga has a dark past according to police. Analysis of criminal data has revealed that the suspect is a serial criminal who has been involved in similar crimes before in the past using the same mode of operation - robbing his victims, doing the unthinkable to them before killing them.
The police reveal that the man had committed similar crimes in the past at the same spot where he allegedly killed Jennifer Wambua. For example, detectives day that in 1996, Njenga was taken to court over the charges of robbery with violence and other serious crimes where he was sentenced to death. However, his release from prison remains a mystery to detectives.
"In 1996, he was charged with stealing and was further charged with the offence of robbery with violence... In January 15th, 2003 he as convicted and Sentenced to death," the DCI revealed.
Detectives are therefore probing to find out how the notorious criminal managed to beat the justice system and find himself freed, using his time outside prison where he is supposed to be and harming innocent kenyans.
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