Kenya's 5,000m women's representative to Tokyo Olympics, Agnes Tirop found dead in her house in Iten, Elgeyo Marakwet County. She had stab wounds in the abdomen. Kenyan runner Agnes Tirop, a double world championships medallist who finished fourth in the Olympic 5,000m final two months ago, has been found dead in Kenya with stab wounds to her stomach. She was 25.
There is a new twist in the murder case of Agnes Tirop as Athletic Kenya Sources now claim that Agnes Tirop was allegedly stabbed by her husband. Kenyans are in deep mourning following the death of long-distance runner Agnes Tirop. She was allegedly murdered by her boyfriend and the police have begun investigations.
President Kenyatta has mourned Olympian Agnes Tirop who was found dead in her house in Iten; directs police to hasten search & arrest of suspects. She has called for serious investigation and action by the police force to bring the alleged murderers into the full force of law.
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