Today morning, residents of Kericho woke up to the devastating news that the body of Emmy Chemutai, who has been missing since Valentine's day was found buried in a tea thicket.
The funeral ceremony of the late Emmy Chemutai the daughter of Mr and Mrs Yebei of Arap Mabel in Kiptenden village,Boito ward in Konoin constituency in Bomet county will be given a final send off on Wednesday,3rd February 2021.
Sombre mood engulfed Kiptenden village in Bomet County after the body of a woman who went missing three weeks ago was found dead.According to the source, Emmy Chemutai was an employer at James Finlay.
Murder cases are at a spike in Kenya today, and the question that lingers in the minds of many Kenyans is, what is really happening to us kenyans or it's just that we are living in end times and the world just is coming to an end. It's less than
A family in Kiptenden village, Bomet County is in pain after their daughter went missing.According to the source, Emmy Chemutai went missing on 13th February 2021.
Love is believed to be a beautiful thing but to some it has turned out to be the worst nightmare.It's the main thing that has driven many young men and women to the grave.
Photo courtesy Search for a missing woman turned tragic when her remains were finally discovered buried in Kericho.
A body of a woman who went missing 2 weeks ago has been found burried in a makeshift grave in a thicket in,Kericho county.Residents of Kipsonoi estate woke up to the shock after the missing woman body was found decomposing in grave in a thicket.
The body A 30-year-old Kericho woman, Emmy Chemutai who went missing on Valentine's Day has been found dead.Her body was retrieved from a shallow grave in a dark place on the Kapsongoi Tea Estate on Thursday, February 25.
A 36 year old woman who went missing a day before Valentine’s Day was found buried in a bush near a tea farm in Kericho.