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She Texted Me To Come Help Her Sleep But I Refused, Only To Find Her Dead The Next Day - A Man Said

On Tuesday, September 28, 2021, the night before Monica Kimani's death, a witness denied any involvement in the crime with her. The man claimed that he received the message in the morning, but that the news was so strange that it made him question, especially because they had only known each other for a month. 

The man testified in court that he received the notification about Monica's death on the fateful day. On September 18, 2018, he said he arrived at Monica's apartment around 9:20 p.m., but never made it to the deceased's home. He then returned to his seat, completely oblivious to the peril that awaited his new acquaintance. 

The guards never asked Monica's identity when he arrived at her flat, according to the man, because she had been briefed about it before she arrived. He summoned Monica Kimani to court, who arrived shortly after the summons. Monica embraces him and invites him to return home, claiming that there are two visitors in the house who require their company. 

The man was obliged to return home, but about 11 p.m., the witness received an odd message from Monica, asking him to return and assist her in sleeping. He was forced to call her because it sounded suspicious, but curiously, all of their phones were switched off. He attempted to follow up on the call via SMS but received no response. 

The witness indicated that the two were merely friends and that the news was difficult to comprehend. When he awoke the next day, he was shocked to learn that the woman had been discovered dead at her Kilimani house.


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