Ugandan national accused of killing a 25-year-old Kenyan woman has finally been arrested. According to DCI Suleiman Mayanja was busted after he was sold out by a taxi driver. Mayanja is said to have pushed the 25-year-old off a balcony in Nyali.
As earlier reported the 25-year-old was heard screaming for help before her half-naked body was found by the apartment's guard. The guard reported the matter at DCI and the officers set a trap for the foreigner.
The two are said to have only met twice. What caused the outrage leading to murder is yet to be known. DCI in their report at the crime scene revealed that the house which the two spent the better part of the night was in disarray a proof that there was a misunderstanding beforehand.
"The Nyali based sleuths have established that the suspect who came into the country on September 1, and the deceased were not known to each other previously. They had met a day before at a popular joint, where they made merry and imbibed a few drinks," reported the DCI.
Mayanja was arrested and is being held at the DCI offices to help in the investigation.
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