A man has brutally murdered a medical student after having an arrangement with her, plunging residents into deep mourning.
The 22 years old Miriam Chepchirchir was schooling at Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC), Loitoktok campus before she met her sudden death in hands of a man she considered as her lover.
Samson Kipkorir is said to have turned himself in after he had committed the murder.
"UPDATE: A 22-years-old KMTC Loitoktok campus student (Miriam Chepchirchir) has been murdered by her boyfriend Samson Kipkorir over an argument at Kamukunji estate.
"The killer surrendered to the police after the incident," the source said.
This is not the first case a medical student is being murdered by an alleged boyfriend. Another medical student at Moi University, Ivy Wangechi was brutally murdered by her alleged man. Her case is yet to be concluded. Naftali Njahi Kinuthi is still in custody.
Collage of two medical students murdered by their lovers
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