Party at a house in Riruta area, Nairobi turned into sadness after of those who had attended slipped and fell off the balcony of the fifth floor and died. Gachau Karanja, 20, was among the eight attendees of the party that was hosted on the fifth floor of the apartment.
Karanja came out of the house and stood at the balcony of the fifth floor. According to other attendees, they claim that they thought he was talking on a phone. They later head him screaming and then a thud was heard whereby they came out rushing to see what happened. They saw him on the ground lying in a pool if blood.
Karanja had landed in his head hence the bleeding. Nairobi police boss James Mugera claims that they were called and briefly interrogated those who were in attendance before they took the body to the mortuary. The police claim that they suspect he was intoxicated at the time of the accident but they are also investigating if there is anything mysterious sorrounding his death.
Karanja who was also known as GK was described as a vibrant, young, celebrated and promising man who died very soon. A requiem mass for his body was conducted in a church in Lavingtone on Monday.
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