Andrew Omollo, 31, allegedly committed suicide in his bedsitter in Donholm, Nairobi with some suicidal notes he wrote revealed to the media. However, his parents are not convinced that was from him and suspect there might be foul play.
According to Standard Media, a caretaker named Nicholas Nzuku was the person who noticed there was a pungent smell emanating from Omollo's house. This prompted him to peep through the window and that's when he saw the deceased body against the wall, he then alerted the police.
“I tried to live but my mistakes were too much to bear. This life is no longer my own, it belongs to everyone,” one of the notes addressed to his parents read while the other to one Lavender was, “I am sorry I wasn’t what you thought I was, the struggle was too much to bear. I love you. Burn me please.”
His parents say that the handwriting did not match that of their kin. His mother said the autopsy report said he died of strangulation and to her, it could be from another person. However, police said they are treating the incident as a suicide.
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