An postmortem conducted on the body of 18- time-old Esther Wambui, whose body was dumped outside the GSU Reece Squad gate in Kimbo area, Ruiru, has revealed she was inspired, the process of being deprived of oxygen performing in death.
The immature woman was factory dead, in what police believe could be a crime of passion, given the disturbing essay markings on her body.
The postmortem also showed she suffered head injuries that came with being hit with a blunt object.
Pathologists took more samples from her body for farther analysis. Details surfaced that Wambui had nuptial issues with her husband, Joseph Ngige.
Her workmates at a hotel in Ruiru revealed Ngige was jealous but did not discover further details.
However, Ngige denied the claims and claimed he loved his woman.
Ngige was overwhelmed by grief while recalling the last moment he saw her alive.
The casual labourer said he last saw her a numerous days before the discovery of her body when he attended her to the road station.
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