Charming pictures of a lady who was allegedly murdered by her boyfriend surfaced online eliciting mixed reactions.
According to reports circulating on social media platforms, the late Immaculate Mwirigi was shot Dead at a close range by her lover who was confirmed to be a debt-ridden KDF Soldier working in Nanyuki. Neighbours revealed that they heard gunshots sounds coming from their house before the whole house went silent.
In other news, the officer also turned the gun on himself and was pronounced dead on arrival to the medical facility. This incident comes barely two months after another police officer from Mogotio shot himself dead using an AK-47 riffle.
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