Three Egerton University students will on Monday morning be arraigned in court to be charged with murder. In murder most foul Eunice Muthoni Njeri a fouth year student at Egerton University based in Njoro was first strangled before her body was dumbed at River Subuku based in Njoro. This is according to the autopsy carried out out by Dr Wangari Wambugu at the Egerton University funeral home.
Detectives believe that Muthoni was killed by her friends after one of them suspected that she was engaged in a love affair with her husband. The two friends Diana Muthioma and Tamar Wambora who are also students at Egerton university suspected that Muthoni was having an affair with Diana's husband Eric.
On the day before the murder Diana and Tamar had attended a funeral in Nakuru leaving Muthoni with Eric the husband. After they came back they realised that something was going on and that is when a heated confrontation took place.
The following day Diana and Tamar called Muthoni so that they could settle the issue and Muthoni was never to be seen alive again. The DNA test places Diana at the crime scene. The three suspects have since been put in custody.
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