The body of a man who was killed in a violent incident in Ruiru has been identified, days after the incident was reported. Esther Wambui, whose story has gone viral, is thought to have been slain in Kiambu county by an unknown assailant. Kenyans, however, are expressing their feelings about her case through the use of social media sites, with many posting sorrowful remarks. She was killed and later dumped under strange circumstances, according to the results of an autopsy performed on her body.
The DCI is presently conducting additional study to determine the circumstances surrounding her death.
She was well-known for her work-related dedication as well as her ability to maintain positive relationships with others.
The family is now attempting to have justice served in the case of their daughter's death in the hospital.
The government, on the other hand, should put in place measures to increase security in various sites throughout the country.
This is accomplished through partnership with police departments in both urban and rural settings. The late Esther Wambui's family and friends have received a message of condolences from the news desk at the Observer.
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