Sadness has struck after Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) female student's body was over the weekend found in her rental house.
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The lady named Emily Chepkemboi’s body which was covered on the bed was discovered by neighbours who got suspicious over a foul smell from the house.
It is suspected that the first-year student who was pursuing a diploma in clinical medicine was murdered inside her house on Friday night before her body was discovered on over the weekend afternoon.
According to reports the Kenya Medical Training College student is said to have been raped before being stabbed to death with a knife.
The report further claims that the lady who was stabbed head, neck and back was found in the house dead as the neighbours were shocked to find her swollen body on her bed.
The neighbours later informed the school administration and some security officials who unhesitatingly broke the door to get the body of the lady.
Now, Homa Bay Directorate of Criminal investigations officer, Madam Berege has informed that they are handling the issue to ensure the same action is taken who did the evil act.
On their part, KMTC students asked the security authorities of the region to make sure that the deceased gets justice and bring the culprits to book.
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