Pictures have emerged on social media, showing Agnes Tirop's last moment. Based on the pictures, the two lovebirds enjoyed a sweet romantic moment before hell broke loose.
Police are still hunting down a man who is suspected to have killed Agness Tirop, a Kenyan runner who recently represented the country in the 5000m race in the Tokyo Olympics.
She was found lifeless in her house, and according to reports, she had wounds in her abdomen, suggesting she had been stabbed.
It is believed her estranged husband Emmanuel Ibrahim Kipleting was the one who executed the murder.
As Kenyans wait for a vivid and detailed report from the investigating detectives, pictures of the estranged husband have emerged.
Bloggers have taken to social media and posted pictures of the said man and the deceased. The pictures were taken when the two were having a nice moment
"Last moments; Agnes Tirop with her alleged estranged husband Emmanuel Ibrahim Kipleting. It's reported that he's the one who murdered her," one blogger captioned the pictures
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