The famous and renowned Kenyan Athlete who was killed early last week has thrown the country into mixed reactions. Tirop who had represented the country in various Athletic competitions has left the country with a blank that may not be filled.
According to the latest developments, Tirop's death was planned by her own husband who was arrested on Saturday. In what was captured from CCTV footage, unidentified lady was seen entering Tirop's house.
Minutes later the lady is seen walking out of the house in a hurry. It then that Tirop's husband is seen walking into the house before Agnes was discovered dead.
In what the Detectives have given out as their report, it is revealed that all her property ownership were changed into her husband's name three months ago when she was representing the country in Japan.
This is a clear indication that her husband had planned her death even when she was not in the country. It is also revealed that Tirop died of stab wounds to the neck and blunt force trauma to the head. May her soul rest in eternal peace.
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