Police are still investigating the death of a Kenyatta University student whose body was found at her boyfriend's house after she was reported missing by her family members.
Victoria informed her parents who live in Kahawa sukari, Kiambu county that she was going to her sister's house. She sadly hadn't gotten there in the evening and her phone was off.
The parents filed a missing persons report at Kahawa sukari police station. Her body was discovered at her boyfriend's house days later. The caretaker called police after neighbours complained of a foul smell. The boyfriend who is in police custody said that he left her in the house while going to celebrate Christmas.
According to an update by Star Kenya, Victoria allegedly had a struggling relationship with her parents but never went missing before. She had fallen pregnant for a man they did not know well and her parents felt frustrated due to the fact that she was still a student.
She however continued living at home and attended school as usual. After school, she would spend time at her boyfriend's house before going back to her parents' home.
A postmoterm examination is set to be conducted.
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