Olympic athlete Agnes Tirop was murdered by her lover Ibrahima Emmanuel Rotich early this week and up to now people are trying to find out more evidence to pursue him in court. Family members are working so had to ensure they retrieve Tirop's wealth which had been taken away by her lover. The exact date for the burial has not yet been announced and the family is waiting for an autopsy to be done so that they can proceed with other activities. Apparently, a lady has been arrested in association with Tirop's murder. According to CCTV footage, the murder was a deal of several people who actually wanted to inherit Tirop's wealth. According to the videos that were captured, a lady was seen walking into Tirop's house hours before she was murdered. She was in a hurry and you could see her rushing out of the house. Tirop's lover entered the house immediately and it seems like they had already plotted a way of killing her. The lady has been detained and she will help in finding enough evidence that will be used in that case.( Source, Nation).
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