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The Last Message a University Student Left Behind to Her Families

A 22-year-old lady by the name of Regina Wairimu, who was a student at the University of Dedan Kimathi, pursuing a course in telecommunication and electrical engineering as a fourth-year student, has left her parents and her family in sorrow about the last message she left behind.

On February 12, at around 10 a.m., Kenneth Kinyanjui and his wife were preparing to go to church when they received a call from an unknown lady urging for support for their child, who was in need of medical attention.

After receiving a call, they rushed to the Nyeri hospital that day. Some minutes later, they received another call saying the patient had been referred to the Nyeri County Referral Hospital.

At 11:10, another call came in in which they were asked to report to the Nyeri County Police Station. On arrival, they met a nurse who broke the breaking news to them that their daughter was no more and that she was dead.

They asked about the cause of death, but she claimed she didn't know. The parent laments painfully and later asks the police to take them to where the body is. On arrival at the mortuary, they found the body, and questions from relatives and friends started to circulate.

According to the report from the police, Regina was pronounced dead at the university health center, where her two female friends say last night she even went to the bar and came back at 1:30 a.m.

The two females reveal that Regina began to feel pain, complaining of backache and stomach pain; later, she took painkillers. She complained further of hunger and was served tea. By 10 a.m., her condition had worsened, and they took her to the facility.

Immediately on arrival to the hospital, she died, as the personnel report indicates. It was then referred to Nyeri County Referral Hospital. At her side were two bags: one contained a dead fetus, and the other contained bloody pieces of clothing.

The body was done postmortem, and the uterus was found to contain products of conception. placenta seen...  The walls of the uterus have multiple lesions, as reports indicate.

The students also claim her case is complicated, and what can only give her parents more clues is the letter she wrote on Valentine's Day that reads, "To my unborn son... I love you." My baby's father is causing complications since he is powerful and influential. But I must give birth to you and show you mommy love.

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Kenneth Kinyanjui Nyeri Regina University of Dedan Kimathi


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