Emotions High As A Bank Manager Thrown Out Of Matatu is Laid To Rest; Family Demands Justice
By Benadhizo | self meida writer
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Recently the videos of the lady known as Judy Wanjiku who works at Equity Bank in Ruiru-Nairobi went round the media for allegedly thrown out of the Matatu after a disagreement ythe Matatu tout.
The family, relatives, friends and neighbours converged on Murang'a county, Kiharu constituency to pay their last respect to the 25 year old Judy Wanjiku who Succumbed to injuries sustained from a Matatu Incident.
Wanjiku's family refered to her as a loving sister and God fearing lady. She was declared dead on Sunday morning from internal injuries she sustained in the previous night when she was assaulted and kicked out of the moving Matatu.
Wanjiku reportedly had a disagreement with the tout of the Matatu she had boarded to Mwea at around 6.30 pm. It is after hitted argument that She was hauled out of the moving vehicle in Juja.
And now the family demanded for justice forbtheir beloved member and that the Sacco which the vehicle whose tout and driver caused the death of their daughter should be prohibited from operation till justice prevail.
The vehicle is held Wanguru police station in Mwea Mwea alongside others belonging to the Mwemba Sacco. However the police officers still searching for both the driver and tout of the Matatu.
Rest in peace Wanjiku.
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