Residents of Ihururu in Tetu Constituency, Nyeri County have made a bizarre discovery when they found the body of a man in a concrete coffin at a rented house.
The body of Joseph Gathogo Njambi, 45, was discovered by his landlord in single-roomed house laid in a concrete coffin covered in plywood and a black flag.
According to his landlord Kariuki Njama, Gathogo a lab technician at Muhoya secondary school had been his tenant for 19 years and went missing on December 19.
Well after weeks missing, his mum came to the said locality where he questioned the landlord of his whereabouts.
This is when the landlord made a police report saying one of his tenants had been missing for a while.
Later on, fellow tenants started complaining of a foul smell and this is when cops were called in for action.
Afterwards opening the said house, detectives discovered the decomposing body of the late teacher with so many varieties of assorted chemicals.
Amazingly, the body was inside a concrete coffin and was covered with a plywood with a black flag on top with some worrying writings.
Detectives are still trying to piece down evidence as they investigate as to what could have happened before the late teacher took his life.
It is believed that he might have joined a cult that pushed him to taking his life under thr scary circumstances.
“The coffin made of concrete took him maybe two years to construct. He had several chemicals to preserve his body and control the smell?" said the area chief.
The Area assistant chief Martha Gachucha said that she was informed that there was a suicide incident in her area.
"We discovered a decomposing body in a concrete coffin with a black flag beside and some unknown writing," she said
The police removed the body and took it to Nyeri Referral Hospital Mortuary.
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