A sombre mood has been witnessed in Kahawa Wendani in Kiambu County when the body of Kenyatta University (KU) student was found dead in her boyfriend’s house after going missing on Christmas Day.
Victoria Muthoni Theuri, the Public Policy and Administration student, had allegedly gone to visit her boyfriend who lives in Kahawa Sukari. The police reports say that she told her parents that she was going to visit her sister before leaving their house.
When evening came, the parents called Muthoni's sister to confirm whether she would be returning home after efforts to call the deceased failed. The sister however said that she had not seen Muthoni.
Muthoni's parents reported the incident to the Kahawa Sukari Police Station on Boxing day. It was later revealed that Muthoni use to spend most of her time at her boyfriend’s place before going home after school. Neighbours in the house where Muthoni was found became suspicious when a foul smell that started coming from the boyfriend’s house as the door remained closed for days.
The matter was reported to the police by the neighbours and it took the effort of welders to break the door which had been locked. Muthoni was found dead in the house with no visible signs of injuries. Her boyfriend, who had travelled to his rural home, was traced and arrested. The man said that he had left Muthoni in his house before going to his rural home.
Investigations into the incident has been launched as the body was taken to the morgue awaiting an autopsy.
We send our sincere condolences to the family of Muthoni.
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