Grieft in Nyahururu County. Man who murdered a female student from Laikipia university, has died.
Going by the reports, the man's names are Ezra Kipkorir Koech. He was in his fourth year at Dedan Kimathi University.
Unfortunately, he has been confirmed dead at Nyahururu hospital after succumbing to multiple injuries. According to doctor's reports, it was hard to rescue Koech.
The alleged reason being; he had deep cut on his stomach, and his throat was slit. Apart from that he was highly injured on different body parts.
Note; Koech killed Chepkoech, a first year student from Laikipia university, by stabbing her. According to witness, Chepkoech was just a roommate to Koech's lover.
Koech killed Chepkoech after suspecting she was an obstacle to his relationship. Currently, Chepkoech kin is in Laikipia morgue. On the other side, No one has claimed Koech's body.
Therefore, the body is marked as unknown. What's your take, share it on the comment section.
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