A Family From Embu Cries For Justice As Their Son Was Brutally Murdered in Nairobi
By Chiefchef | self meida writer
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A family has been left heartbroken and unconsolable after the loss of their son who was brutaly murdered in Kariobangi, Nairobi county.
The family from Gichera, Runyenjes in Embu east sub-county, is crying for justice to prevail over the death of their late son Timothy Muriithi Ndwiga. They allege that he was murdered by persons well known to him.
The incident reportedly occurred at cool base pub in Kariobangi north ward. It is alleged that the deceased was tortured after a disagreement ensued when he won a bet from the China betting machine in the club.
Locals within the club refute the claim by the family of the deceased murder by the mob. They allege they woke up to the dead body tied on the electric pole. They described the deceased as a peaceful man.
The family calls upon the Directorate for Criminal Investigation to ensure justice prevails. This is a huge blow to the youths who come to the city from the countryside in search for greener pasture and employment and end up being murdered with no justice.
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