K24 has revealed the full information about the death of Esther Wambui whose body was found within recce station. From reliable source seen by K24, Esther Wambui, whose body was found reserved inside a bag close to GSU Recce station on Monday evening passed on from strangulation, examination report has uncovered. In additional stunning subtleties, the examination that was directed at City Mortuary in Nairobi on Friday, January 21, uncovered that she may have been assaulted prior to being hit with an unpolished item.
As of now, tests have been taken for additional investigation to set up whether she was physically manhandled. During the posthumous, Wambui's dad Samuel Mbugua and her better half Joseph Ngige were available.
Tending to the media on Thursday, January 20, Ngige said that they were generally glad and asked why somebody could need to end the existence of Wambui.
As indicated by Ngige who works with a nearby sleeping pad organization situated in Kiambu County, they last saw each other at Ruiru Railways end while she was leaving for work. He further said that in the evening he was stunned that Wambui who works in a lodging inside Ruiru was not home. Up until this point police are yet to capture any suspect even as the family looks for equity for their kinfolk.
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