The body of the a woman believed to be in her early twenties was found close to the wall of a highly guarded area. The young woman was likely killed in a different area and dumped near Recce squad, Kimbo perimeter wall. The female body was stacked in a sack and her hand were tied from the behind. In hee body, there were writings saying "Bwana ya mtu ni sumu."
Confirming the incident, Juja Sub-county Police Commander Dorothy Migarusha told Citizen Digital that the woman was hacked to death. "She had also been tied around the neck with a nylon rope. The body had a visible deep cut on the left breast," Police indicated.
According to the local, the body was discovered on on Monday by pedestrians. The same people went to the police and reported the case. The body was transferred to City Mortuary as the police continue with the investigation.
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