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Hope at last. DCI speaks on Jennifer Wambua's murder after forensic examination.

For the past few months, the country has witnessed some mysterious murder that shocked the whole nation.The recent disappearance of four individuals at kitengela who were later found dead made kenyans to demand for an explanation from the relevant authority, the DCI.This is happening at the same time gun galore story was aired by citizen Tv journalist where some criminals claims to be hiring weapons such as guns from the men in uniform in exchange of little token for appreciation.

Among the murder that shocked the nation was that of the national land employee, Jennifer Wambua, who was found dead at ngong forest in kajiado county.The directorate of criminal have been digging deeper to find the culprits of the gruesome murder.The homicide detectives have today unravel an hopeful information concerning her murder.

photo: Deceases Jennifer Wambua.

While making an address, the DCI said that the forensic analysis has placed the prime suspect, Peter Mwangi Njega at the scene of the crime.Njenga who is a convicted rapist and robber was last seen with Jennifer when she was still alive on march 12 hence raising an eyebrow.He allegedly trailed Wambua to Ngong' forest where she had gone to pray.He was arrested last month from his home in Ngong', kajiado county.Authorities went further and said that Peter spend some little time with Jennifer at the location where her body was discovered.

With the above information, the family of the deceased are on the process of getting justice for their lost kin.Lets wait for the next action by the DCI now that the suspect has been found.Do you think he will be charged in court of law or the case will disappear like the past murder cases?

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DCI Jennifer Wambua Peter Peter Mwangi Njega

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