Neema's mother had questioned the explanation given by the residential management about her daughter's death, dismissing suggestions that her daughter had committed suicide.
In a report via the Nation news source, Neema left her room on the morning of 27th September, before returning at noon. Later that evening, activity was captured in her bathroom via a CCTV installed at the corridor. Then for the following 3 days, no movement nor activity was captured at her room until she was discovered dead.
On Tuesday this week, family members who had been suspecting foul play visited Qwetu Hostels, where they were given access to CCTV footages for viewing.
After hours of meticulous analysing, family members concluded there was no foul play in their daughter's death.
“We viewed the CCTV footage at Qwetu in the company of Njenga(Qwetu representative) two of (Neema) 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.
Ms Neema Githae was a second year student at Kenyatta University, where she was studying a bachelor's degree in Nursing.
Ms Neema was a second year student at Kenyatta University, where she was studying a bachelor's degree in Nursing.
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