National Land Commission Representative Jennifer Wambua who was murdered in cold blood and body disposed of in the Vet Ngong area is yet to receive justice months after she was killed. This even as the puzzle surrounding her death continues to deepen. Today the main suspect in her killing is set to undergo a second mental test as ordered by the court today.
An extract from Citizen TV
Jennifer who until her death worked at the Lands ministry went missing from her office and later on found in the Ngong area in what police say could have been as a result of stress from work-related issues. She went to the area to pray and seek divine intervention.
However, after thorough investigations, the Police apprehended the main suspects and it turned out to be a man who was charged with defilement previously. After running the first test it occurred that he was mentally fit to stand trial. The judge today ordered a second mental test on him which is expected to be tabled before the courts in a few weeks.
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