Lucy Njoki is a mother of four kids and she has painfully narrated how her daughter was brutally murdered.
According to Lucy Njoki, her daughter had just joined a college and on this particular day when she was hit by a vehicle, she was on her way back home from school.
Her daughter was accompanied by her aunt and she had earlier made a call to her daughter and they said that they were on their way home.
Lucy claims that after some minutes, she heard her sister scream calling her daughter's name and she immediately rushed outside only to find her daughter taking her last breath.
She claims that her daughter called her name and that's the last thing she heard from her. Due to being shocked, she collapsed and when she regained consciousness, her daughter had already died and taken to the mortuary.
The person who murdered her daughter was arrested but he was later released after his parents bribed the police officers and up to date he is still walking freely.
Lucy claims that she only needs justice for her daughter who died seven years ago.
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