Yesterday in the morning, the whole country received some bad news that the husband of the former Kiambu Women representative, hon Gladys Chania has been found dead. His body was found in one forest by the casual workers who were doing their daily work. After Mwangi's death, hon Chania was named as the prime suspect by the police.
Now, today in the morning, the Saturday Nation newspaper has come out to reveal what Mwangi's elder sister have said concerning the last words that Mr Mwangi told her before he was found dead.
As reported by the saturday nation newspaper, Mwangi's sister said that she talked with her brother on friday last week through a phone call which lasted for two minutes. On this call, Mwangi told her sister that he was on a very abusive marriage. Upon saying this, Mwangi appeared to have lost his sound and concluded by telling her sister that he was close to his death before hunging up the call.
"He (Mwangi) sounded disturbed and we talked for less than two minutes and he hung up. What I remember him telling me is that he was just depressed and that he felt like he was close to his death," the sister told the Saturday Nation.
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