Meet Leah Wambui, an orphan who tells a sad story of murder and justice delayed. On the night of 30th December 2020, her little sister was brutally murdered by her lover.
Her lover was an employee of Egerton University as a pharmacist. The man Stubbed her multiple times using a pen knife then went to the police station, where he reported himself and was arrested. Even worse, Leah only found out about the incident 2 days later on a local news.
“He murdered my sister, confessed to the police and was set free. We hope justice will prevail” Leah confessed sadly.
Unfortunately this murderer was released and went free days before his victim was even buried. It is rumored that the accused killer hails from a rich and influential family. His father is a retired wealthy politician.
The bereaved sister is today, seeking justice for their slain loved one.
Here's the link to the full interview on YouTube: https://youtu.be/edJ4vwXsyhA
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