Kenyans are now calling for the arrest of Murimi, a man who is alleged to have lured the lady from Kenyatta University into a lodging along Thika Road and did the unthinkable to her.
The deceased lady identified as Velvine Nungari Kinyanjui is said to have met Murimi, a man she knew from being a customer at her place of work at a hotel in Kahawa West for an evening date on 23rd February 2021. They later went to the lodging where he drugged her before fleeing, leaving her for dead.
She managed to call her friends who came to her rescue and rushed her to Kenyatta University referral hospital where she died while undergoing treatment. Doctors confirmed that Murimi abused her to an extent of breaking her spine
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