Few weeks ago, the country was taken aback with reports that a senior official at the national land commission (NLC) had gone missing in unclear circumstances.Jennifer Wambua, who was the deputy director in charge of communication at the government organization went missing with her body recovered days later at Ngong' forest.
Photo Courtesy.The Death of NLC worker Jennifer Wambua continues to raise more questions than answers as police continue with the probe.On Friday Night, DCI officers who have been working on the case reported a significant Breakthrough after they were able to place the suspect at the scene of the murder.
The death of Jennifer Wambua, an ex journalist and one of the officials in the offices of National Land Commission has finally been brought to rest after several agents from the director of criminal investigations found her killer several weeks after her burial.Photo:courtesy According to the reports given by the agents from the director of criminal investigations, they claimed that the deceased had gone to the forest to pray as she had been advised by a pastor who spoke to her moments before she was declared missing.
"Pastor Told Her To Go and Pray in Forest Where She was Killed,"More Details Emerge on Wambua Murder
National Land Commission deputy director of communication, Jennifer Wambua murder mystery continues after new details emerged that she had confined to her pastor before she was murdered.Revealing the details, Blogger Cyprian Nyakundi said that Wambua had called her pastor and informed him that her life was in danger.
The director of criminal investigations has given what others might consider as good news concerning the case related to the death of the National Land Commission Official who is reported to have been found dead in ngong Forest.Photo:Courtesy According to the reports given by the director of criminal investigations, they revealed that the prime suspect who has been identified Peter Njenga who was commonly referred to as Sankale is currently fit to stand trial.
For the past few months, the country has witnessed some mysterious murder that shocked the whole nation.The recent disappearance of four individuals at kitengela who were later found dead made kenyans to demand for an explanation from the relevant authority, the DCI.This is happening at the same time gun galore story was aired by citizen Tv journalist where some criminals claims to be hiring weapons such as guns from the men in uniform in exchange of little token for appreciation.
According to latest verified reports, DNA samples collected from the body of Jennifer Wambua have placed Peter Mwangi alias Ole Sankale at the scene of the murder.In an examination led by Government Pathologist Dr Johansen Oduor, Mrs Wambua was assaulted by Peter Mwangi and another unidentified person, to which they did unspeakable things to her before strangling Jane Wambua to death.
Disturbing details have emerged from the DCI offices showing how the prime suspect in the gruesome murder of Jeniffer Wambua a national land commission official.The suspect identified as Mwangi Peter better known as Ole Sankale was positively identified as the person who was at the crime according to a report by DCI detectives who made use of forensic evidence.
Their is no doubt that The frequency of suicidal, kidnapping and murder cases have become alarming is alarming in all corners. The biggest dilemma that has created a huge Barrie to solving these mysteries is due to insufficient time for both police officers and the directorate of criminal investigation to crack down on the motives behind the cases.
Photo: Former NLC deputy communications director National Land Commission (NLC) official Jennifer Wambua was found murdered and her body dumped at Kajiado County on March 12, 2021.Investigation by police indicates that she was raped by the murders before her death.The main suspect in the case, Paul Njenga was arrested by police last month at his home Embulbul in Ngong, Kajiado County.
The National Lands Commission Acting Communications Director Jennifer Wambua was brutally murdered while praying at a pilgrimage.The Directorate of Criminal Investigations has posted a new lead in the case putting up the prime suspect of the murder after weeks of investigations.Peter Mwangi Njenga/Ole Sankale has been identified as the possible murderer.
National Land Commission Representative Jennifer Wambua who was murdered in cold blood and body disposed of in the Vet Ngong area is yet to receive justice months after she was killed. This even as the puzzle surrounding her death continues to deepen. Today the main suspect in her killing is set to undergo a second mental test as ordered by the court today.
Photo | courtesy The prime suspect involved in the murder of NLC officer Jennifer Wambua Itumbi some months back has finally been identified.It has further been established that the killer is not a one time offender but a dangerous criminal with a huge file of criminal records.According to DCI the man identied as Peter Mwangi Njenga aka Ole Sankale has been charged with numerous crimes involving robberies and rape in the past.
The Kenyan State Witness Protection Agency is dysfunctional. Photo: Courtesy State Witness Protection Act (2006) clearly outlines that each and every individual with precious documents and details about the State should be cushioned from ill motives and security breaches. They are always prone and vulnerable to attacks, threats and intimidation from greedy citizens with malicious schemes.
The office of Director of Criminal Investigation has given new revelation on the case where Jenifer Wambua was murdered brutally by unknown people.Before meeting her death.She served in the office of National Lands Commission in charge of communication.According to DCI, after postmortem had been conducted on her body.
National Lands Commission (NLC) Deputy Director of Communications Jennifer Wambua's case has taken a new twist as the trial was set to take place today, Wednesday 26th May. Peter Mwangi Njenga who is also referred to as Ole Sankale is the prime suspect in the murder of Jennifer Wambua, who was linked to the heinous act after DCI detectives used forensic technology and eyewitnesses to link him to murder.
The office of the director of public prosecutions has finally approved murder charges for Peter Mwangi Njenga alias Ole Sankale, the prime suspect in the murder of national lands commission official Jennifer Wambua whose body was found dumped in Kerarapong, Ngong Kajiado County.Mwangi was picked by homicide detectives tasked to unravel the gory murder of Wambua from his home in Embulbul in Ngong on April 15th.
The demise of the late National Lands Commission deputy director of communication, Jennifer Wambua, was a shocker and a tragic incidence to both the family and friends of Wambua.However, it seems that justice will be served after the Directorate of Criminal investigations made another arrest n connection to the Murder.
Detectives Puzzled How Main Suspect in The Murder of Land's Official 'Escaped' Lifetime Imprisonment
Slain National Lands Commission official Jennifer Wambua.Homicide detectives probing the heinous murder of acting communication director of the National lands commission Jennifer Wambua Itumbi have now taken different angles in the investigations following the arrest of the main suspect identified as Peter Mwangi Njenga alias Ole Sankale who is currently placed in safe police custody.
The prosecutor in the case of officer Jennifer Wambua who used to work in NLC has finally given a statement regarding the suspect in his murder case by the name Peter Njenga well known as Sankala and said that the suspect is not fit for Prosecution. Dorine Mwau who is one of the Suspect's lawyers told the court that his client has mental issues and used to attend assessment reviews.