Kianjokoma Family Spokesman Reveals The Strange Thing That Has Been Happening To The Mother Of The Late Brothers
Photo Courtesy. The date of August 1, 2021, remains a painful memory to the family of the two Kianjokoma Brothers who were brutally murdered by rogue officers. According to initial reports, Benson Njiru, 22, and Emmanuel Mutura, 19, were walking home from their business when they were arrested for flouting the dusk to dawn
Sadness engulfed residents of Kianjokoma during the burial of 40 year old Jimmy Muchangi who is reported to have succumbed to the injuries he allegedly sustained after being beaten by police officers. Photo:Courtesy In an interview that was carried by NTV reporters, the deceased revealed that he was heading to work before he got himself in the middle of the protesters who were arrested during the demonstrations of the two Kianjokoma brothers, Benson and Mutura who were found dead after being arrested by police officers.
Two more police officers have been arrested following the mysterious death of the two Embu brothers. Photo (Courtesy) The two were placed in the scene of the controversial death of the brothers in which police alleged that they had jumped off a moving vehicle. Their arrest was done after the investigating officers asked for more 14 days to probe into the matter following the first arrest of the six officers who were on duty during the incident.
Six police officers were arrested and linked to the brutal murders of the two late Kianjokoma brothers; Benson Njiru and Emmanuel Mutura. The officers are still in police custody as more investigations are being made to verify whether the two were assaulted and murdered by the police as they had been arrested for flouting curfew rules.
(photos courtesy) Kenyans across the country have been complaining of excess police brutality and deadly murders by the same Cops. Lately, young men have reportedly lost their lives after they were either clobbered to death by cops or being shot dead in cold blood. The past month has however been worse as so many young men have reportedly been killed by police officers.
On Wednesday 25th of August, 94 year-old Gladys Embu was laid to rest in Kiandong'o village at Kianjokoma Area. (Photo Courtesy) Gladys reportedly succumbed to depression following the brutal murder of her two grandsons, Benson Njiru and Emmanuel Mutura (slain Kianjokoma Brothers) who died mysteriously under police officers serveilance.
Police have arrested two standard seven boys for allegedly stealing 20 kilograms bucket of cooking fat in Subukia town, Nakuru County. Nakuru County Police Commander Ellena Wairimu who confirmed the incident said the duo are class seven children at a local private school in Subukia. It was reported that the duo accessed the school's store, stole the alleged 20kg bucket of cooking oil before sneaking to the neighbouring towns where they sold it.
Catherine Wawira who not only lost her two sons, Benson Njiru and Emmanuel Mutura famously known as the Kianjokoma Brothers but also her mother Gladys Embu about a week after the burial of her beloved sons, is not having it easy. According to Tuko.co.ke, a family spokesman by the name Njagi said, "She is withdrawn and spends time by herself.
It has been a little over a month since Benson Njiru, 22, and Emmanuel Mutura, 19, died at the hands of police officers in Kianjokoma, Embu. The deaths of these two brothers caused an uproar but back home, their mother Catherine Wawira's soul was ripped apart and she struggles to come to terms with her pain and unfathomable loss.
Two suspected thugs beaten to death by mob before torching their gateway car in Kangundo Road, Nairobi County. While confirming the incident, Nairobi County Police Commander James Nyamawi said the gangsters were harrasing a motorist in Thika Road before they were blocked and lynched to death by the charged group.
Granny of slain Kanjokoma brothers succumbs to depression, says family The family of two slain Kianjokoma brothers has been hit by another tragedy. Gladys Embu, the grandmother of deceased brothers Benson Njiru and Emmanuel Mutura has died, throwing the family into mourning once again.According to her relatives, the 94-year-old succumbed to depression on Friday.
With over a week after the burial of the two slain Kianjokoma brothers, their family is yet again mourning the loss of their 94-year-old grandmother. Felix Nthiga, the uncle and family spokesperson, said grandmother Gladys Embu was close to the boys and went mute when she learnt of the boys' demise.
Kenyans on Facebook have joined the family of the Kianjokoma brothers in mourning the sudden demise of their grandmother. Photo (Courtesy) The 94-year-old grandmother who lost her life hardly a week after the burial of her grandchildren is reported to have succumbed to depression. The cause of her death was confirmed by John Ndwiga, the brothers' father who said that the granny succumbed to high blood pressure caused by depression after learning of her grandsons' death.
It is a double tragedy for the family of the Kianjokoma brothers who were allegedly killed by police officers while flouting curfew. Emmanuel Mutura and Benson Njiru died several weeks ago and their death led to protests in the area. Their 94-year-old grandmother, Gladys Embu, has now died after allegedly going mute since learning of their death.
The Kianjakoma story has become the story in town after the mysterious death of the two university brothers. It was reported that Benson Njiru and Emmanuel Mutura lost their lives after they were arrested for violation of the curfew. It is now three weeks. According to reports from a reliable source, the slain brother's uncle, Felix Njagi revealed that things have not been easy for the family and especially the mother, who is currently battling to come to terms with his son's death.
The two brothers who met their untimely deaths while in the custody of the police were Benson Njiru, 22 and Emmanuel Mutura,19 years respectively. An autopsy revealed that the two died as a result of multiple injuries which could have resulted from blunt force trauma. According to the police officers who worked at the Manyatta Police Station, a single witness who was seated in the back seat of the Lab Cruiser saw the brothers jumping out.
The incident that happened in Kianjokoma is still fresh to many of us, and it sucks, it is something that most of us will never forget and for the family it will be a pain that will never heal, loosing such promising young intelligent men is very painful.
Five of the six police officers accused of killing two brothers in Embu appear in court on Tuesday. Photo/Courtesy The six police officers accused of killing two Kiangoma brothers are in more trouble even before their case kicks off in court. Their legal team of 10 lawyers led by Defence counsel Danstan Omari have quit the case citing unknown reasons as the officers appeared before Justice Daniel Ogembo to plead to charges of murder.
Ten lawyers who was representing the Kianjokoma six police officers have quit the case. The six police officers charged with murder case was brought to the Milimani court today to be charged with the murder. The six police officers were charged with the murder case odd the Embu two brothers, Emmanuel Mutura and Benson Njiru.
Courtesy Photo; It's a week after the burial of two Brothers from Embu, Kianjokoma Benson Njiru and Emmanuel Mutura who were suspected to be killed by police officers after arrested for flouting COVID-19 measures. Six police officers Lawyers led by Danson Omari 26 August, 2021 open a new case demanding for new autopsy for the body of two brothers citing that the brothers jumped out of running police vehicle and killed themselves contradicting with the first report that the police involved on the death of two brothers.