Moses Muchemi, the brother to a Kenyan woman who was killed with her two daughters in the US in a suspected murder suicide case has spoken out.
Speaking to Citizen Digital, Moses revealed that there were no red flags indicating that the marriage was on the rocks. He wishes her husband Gary could have reached out to him incase there was any issue instead of murdering them before turning the gun on himself.
He also revealed that Gary Stanton hated Kenyan food and would always order Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) whenever he was in the country but he was always a loving husband and father.
Moses mourned Njoki Muchemi as a loving sister who worked hard to make his future bright. When everyone including his parents gave up on him, she paid his university school fees for an IT degree. After graduating, she bought him expensive and quality gadgets to do a programming job. He currently works as a software engineer with a US company and credits his success to Njoki.
In their last phone conversation, they discussed about fencing their family home in Kiamaina, Kirinyaga county. They shared a close relationship as a brother and sister and he will never forget her.
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