Trace Jospine Wanjugu Ngatia who had gone missing only to be found dead dangling from tree.
The family and friends of missing Nyeri woman have been thrown into mourning after stumbling to the unexpected while they had high hopes of finding her alive.
Trace Jospine Wanjugu Ngatia had gone missing a few days ago with the efforts of searching for her and hoping to get her alive being futile.
According to close sources from the family of the deceased, they found the lifeless body of Trace Jospine Wanjugu Ngatia dangling from a tree in her farm.
The reports claim that the missing woman from Tetu Constituency in Nyeri County might have been going through some difficult times which made her take her own life.
"The body of Trace Jospine Wanjugu Ngatia who has been missing found dangling from a tree near her home at Kanjora in Dedan Kimathi ward, Tetu.
She is suspected to have committed suicide." The reports stated.
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May she rest in peace.
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