Kenyatta University student Victoria Muthoni, who passed away at the home of her boyfriend in Kahawa Wendani, has been a trending topic after her death. It is said that nearby residents first smelled a decomposing body and then notified the caretaker, who then informed the Kahawa Sukari police station about the situation.
The door to the sitting room was forced open by the police officers, the caretaker, and the welders, and inside they discovered the dead body of Victoria lying on the floor. It has been stated that the body shows no signs of injury.
According to Nation, Victoria had reportedly informed her parents that she would be seeing her sisters at their residence. This occurred on the day of Christmas. On Christmas Day, her parents made multiple attempts to get in touch with her but were unsuccessful.
They attempted to phone her sister but received a message back stating that she had not stopped by her whereabouts. Because Victoria frequently visited the home she shared with her lovers while she was in high school, it was there that her body was found in the process of decomposition.
Citizens, on the other hand, are continuing to respond to Victoria's deception of her parents. She informed her parents that she would be heading to her sister's house to visit her before she left the house. After her body was discovered in her boyfriend's home, it was eventually determined that this had been a deception all along. Below are some of the reactions from people in the internet.
Cases of women being killed by they preferred partners especially boyfriends have increased. People are urged to be careful and to trying knowing each other well before starting to date. What are your reactions to this occurrence? Please share in the comments section below. Follow me for more updates.
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