Wonders as they say shall never end as each incoming days has it's own fascinating issues. The incidences of lovers birds in the country taking lives of each other has increased to very dangerous levels which must prompt an alarm to be sound against this inhuman vice.
Catherine Nyokabi is a one beautiful middle aged lady whose death has come to the fascination of many people as everything was so unexpected. She was in a love affair with his married boyfriend who goes by the name Evans Karani who is said to have murdered her under some clear circumstances.
Evans was in the same car with his Catherine and after the incident, his car stuck in the mud at the same scene of the crime. He is said to have left the mutilated body of the deceased Catherine and fled. Thereafter, DCI detective who carried out an investigation on the crime tracked his phone and located him in Githurai taking a quick action which saw him arrested and held under custody in a Juja based police station.
He has already plead guilty killing her girlfriend and trying to dump her body but abandon it together with the car after getting stuck in the mud due to the on-going heavy rainfall. The two are rumored to have been in a love conflict that is why Evans decided to take a dangerous action that will soon land him behind bars.
See the beautiful photos of Catherine Nyokabi before her death.
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