The death of a daughter to a popular Nairobi based business woman has led to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) to open a thorough investigation into her demise after new CCTV footage was produced. This is after the decomposing body of Neema Githae was found in her room days after she was went missing after her phone went unanswered.
According to NTV digital news media platform, the management was put on the spot after being accused by the mother to the deceased for hiding details regarding the students death. This prompted the Qwetu Hostel security team to surrender all CCTV footage to help detectives speed up the investigations to unravel the mystery death after 2 men were seen coming out of her room.
Reports indicate that the deceased didn't come out of her room prior to earlier claims that she was killed outside the compound before she was brought to her room. Security found the unconscious body lying on her bed before calling a nurse to check on her only to be pronounced dead.
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