Neema Githae was found dead at Qwetu Hostels in Ruaraka, Nairobi. The Kenyatta University Nursing student's death sparked reaction and the management of where she resided released details of footage of her last moments.
Qwetu Hostels chief corporate affairs officer Peter Njenga in a press statement said that the CCTV footage captured her leaving her room in the morning of September 27 and returning in the afternoon.
Further details showed that when she entered the room lights in her bathroom were captured by cameras next to her room. They were later switched off after a few minutes.
It is reported that Neema did not leave her premises for the next three days. A woman is seen knocking on the door after the third day then later a supervisor and a receptionist comes open the door, peeps inside before leaving. The last footage shows police officers leaving the crime scene with a body bag.
“We viewed the CCTV footage at Qwetu in the company of Njenga, two of Githae’s aunts and three other members of the family. We confirm that there was no foul play. Funeral arrangements are in place and we will lay Githae to rest on Tuesday,” said James Ngeta, the family’s representative.
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