Photo Courtesy. The mystery surrounding the death of a Kenyan girl named Agnes Wanjiru continues to puzzle many with the government hesitant on arresting and questioning the said perpetrator. According to initial reports, the British Soldiers based in Nanyuki were having drinks at one of the pubs in the company of different women.
The case of Agnes Wanjiru, a mother who was allegedly killed by a British soldier in 2012 has recieved a boost after prostitutes made a decision to protest in the street. The mother of one was killed in 2012 and her body allegedly find inside a septic tank.
Photo Courtesy. Kenyans are still waiting for the family of Agnes Wanjiru to get justice after their daughter was brutally murdered by a rogue British Soldier who was part of the group that was training in Laikipia County back in 2012. According to initial reports, the soldier admitted to his friends that he had killed a girl after a Rosy night together.
Rose Wanyua Wanjiku is a sister to Agnes Wanjiru Wanjiku who was murdered by Batuk soldiers in a Nanyuki hotel. Rose Wanyua recounts how she was feeling paranoid on the night her sister died as she says that she had a premonition that something was wrong. Rose recounts how Wanjiru had requested her to babysit her (Wanjiru's) five-month old daughter.
A dramatic scene has been witnessed in London after night workers protest for justice of Agnes Wanjiru who was brutally killed by a British soldier in 2012. The women matched to the United Kingdom's Ministry of Defence headquarters demanding justice for their slain colleague and they wanted an end of the violence against them.
Photo Courtesy. Kenyans have been pleading with President Kenyatta to intervene and ensure justice is served to the family of Agnes Wanjiru who was brutally murdered by a rogue British Soldier who was part of the group that was training in Laikipia. Reports have continued to emerge on what transpired on that fateful night when Wanjiru was killed.
The United Kingdom Minister for the Armed Forces in the Ministry of Defence Stephens Heappey who is in the country in connection with the murder of Agnes Wanjiru has made some potentially controversial claims. In a revelation that is likely to sound offensive and patronising, the UK Minister who is a former soldier and previously served in Kenya before getting into politics said that locals in Nanyuki pleaded with him to rescind a cabinet resolution they had earlier settled on.
Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) boss,George Kinoti, has made shocking revelations before the Departmental Committee on Defence and Foreign Relations of the National Assembly on the death of Agnes Wanjiru. While appearing before the committee on Thursday, December 2, DCI Kinoti revealed that Wanjiru was dumped in a septic tank while still alive.
Sex workers in the case of Agnes Wanjiru, killed by British soldiers in 2012, take to the streets of London in search of justice. “Agnes Wanjiru is a mother with a small child. His heartbreaking death is a haunting reminder that those in power do not care about our lives.
The family of a young Kenyan woman who was reportedly murdered by a British soldier nearly a decade ago intends to sue the Ministry of Defence in order to obtain answers about her death. Wanjiru' s family has hired the law firm Leigh Day to sue the Ministry of Defence for failing to investigate her alleged murder, according to the family.
DCI boss George Kinoti has said that Agnes Wanjiru, who was shot dead by a British Soldier in Nanyuki in March 2012, was dumped into a septic tank while still alive. The DCI boss vowed to speed probes and subject the late Wanjiru’s killer to the full wrath of the law.
Senior Generals of the United Kingdom (UK) army were on Monday, November 8, summoned by the Defence Secretary, Ben Wallace. Wallace had a special meeting with the army bosses amid the rising discontent with the service's response to a number of misconduct cases in Kenya.
The boss of the Director of Criminal Investigations (DCI), George Kinoti, has named British soldiers linked to the murder of Agnes Wanjiru, who was killed in 2012. Speaking on Thursday, December 2, Kinoti said he was recording the statements of the 14 soldiers who will identify the perpetrator of the heinous crime.
Laikipia Woman Representative Cate Waruguru on Wednesday, November 10, cautioned those calling for the dissolution of the ratification agreement between the British Army Training Unit Kenya (BATUK) and the Kenyan Government. In a statement, Waruguru argued that the BATUK were a key source of employment with a workforce of over 3,000 personnel from Nanyuki.
commercial sex workers organizations Sex Workers Advocacy and Resistance Movement (SWARM), ECP (English Collective of Prostitutes) and the AAWG (All African Women’s Group) came out to protest against the murder of Kenyan Agnes Wanjiru who was allegedly killed by a British Army officer, the sex workers who camped outside the United Kingdom’s Ministry of Defence headquarters carried placards with writings that showed their disappointment on how the case is being handled.
Mixed Reaction as DCI Boss Says British Soldier in Agnes Murder Should be Brought to Kenya for Trial
DCI boss has said that the British soldier responsible for Agnes Wanjiru's murder should be brought to Kenya for trial. Speaking before the Parliamentary Defence committee alongside the Deputy Inspector General of Police Edward Mbugua on Thursday Kinoti said he said they have made progress in their investigations.
The directorate of criminal investigation George Kinoti has now spoken about the murder investigation of Agnes Wanjiru. George Kinoti has said that the murder investigation case will be brought back to Kenya to be put on trial. Kinoti who appeared before the Parliamentary Defense Committee accompanied by the deputy inspector general of police Edward Mbugua says that they have so far made progress in their investigation over the issue and they were only waiting for approval to have a team of homicide detectives to travel to the United Kingdom to interrogate the witnesses.
A near decade-long secret has finally come to light in the case of Agnes Wanjiru, a Kenyan woman who was allegedly killed by a British soldier. The Director of Criminal Investigations (DCI) George Kinoti has assured Kenyans that the British soldier found responsible for the murder of Agnes Wanjiru will be brought back to Kenya to be put on trial.
Photo: Police officer Agnes Wanjiru, a Kenyan woman who was brutally murdered back in 2012 has taken another turn which had left many Kenyans asking if justice exists. As per the latest information, the government of Kenya, through its spokesperson claim that efforts are being made to make sure that all the suspects behind the murder of the innocent twenty-one-year-old are brought to justice.
The Kenyan law does not guarantee someone to take people's lives unless you are defending yourself from robbery. And incase of unlawful taking someone's life an investigation will be conducted to generate information that will act as an evidence in the court of law. Speaking yesterday, director of public public prosecution Nordin Haji has said that the British soldier who reportedly murdered Agnes Wanjiru and joked over her death on social media will face the full force of Kenyan laws.