- A decomposing body of Damaris Muthee found.
- She was reportedly killed by her Ethopian boyfriend.
An upcoming sensational female athlete has been reportedly murdered inside a house belonging to an Ethiopian athlete at Lillys Estate on the outskirts of Iten town.
The Ethiopian, her boyfriend, who is alleged to be the prime suspect, has already fled the country.
According to Citizen TV reports, Damaris Muthee Mutua was a Kenyan but running for Bahrain.
Damaris Muthee Mutua was aged 28 and had dual citizenship, Kenyan and Bahraini nationality.
In October last year Olympic runner Agnes Tirop was found stabbed to death at her home in the same town, Iten.
Damaris Muthee Mutua, the Kenyan born Bahrain athlete in her last race in Angola, where she came 2nd in the 10km race.
Her Ethiopian boyfriend Koki Foi(also an athlete) allegedly murdered her on Sunday at her rented house in Lily's Estate, Iten town.
She he could have been killed several days ago, according to police reports. She was last seen accompanied by her Ethiopian lover.
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