Their is no doubt that The frequency of suicidal, kidnapping and murder cases have become alarming is alarming in all corners. The biggest dilemma that has created a huge Barrie to solving these mysteries is due to insufficient time for both police officers and the directorate of criminal investigation to crack down on the motives behind the cases.
Surprisingly, women appear to have taken a Major spot in all the scenarios we shall revisit in today's article. They include:
1. Mourine Achieng: A former police officer met his sudden Demise on the hands of a rogue officer by the name of Lawrence Ewoi.
2. Margaret Muchemi: A 34 year old mother of one and a private practising clinician met his sudden death in one most of the gruesome ways (burned to death while strapped on the bed) after Charles aged 37 years took matters on his own hand.
3. Caroline Wanjiku A former banker.
4. Jennifer Wambua the late acting communications director at National Lands Commission (NLC) and a key witness in a Ksh122 million corruption case involving Lugari MP Ayub Savula and others.
5. Pauline Wakasa: The late traffic police officer was killed by her cop husband Hudson Wakise after a possible divorce. Later on, Wakise is said to have committed suicide.
6. Betty Barasa a former Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC) journalist.
7. Catherine Nyokabi
8. Caroline Kangongo.
What do you think should be employed to help curb the increase cases of Suicide and unsolved murder cases? Leave a comment, let's keep the discussion going.
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