With the mysterious death of Kenyan athlete Damaris Muthee who was found murdered in Iten hitting the headlines, a post-mortem conducted on her decomposing body has now revealed that the athlete suffered a brutal death.
While speaking after receiving the autopsy results, the athlete's father Sebastian Mutua called on the police to ensure that the perpetrator is brought to book and faced the wrath of the law.
According to the post-mortem results, Damaris Muthee died from strangulation with the police recovering a blanket and a pillow that was covering the athlete's body and is believed to have been used by the killer to strangle her to death.
Keiyo North sub county DCIO Andolo Munga further confirmed that samples had been taken for more tests to ascertain whether there was another cause of death apart from strangling.
The family has lamented that the prime suspect Eskanda Hailemariam alias Koki Fai may have killed their kin in order to benefit from her wealth with the DCI roping Interpol to help nab the Ethiopian.
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