When Esther Wambui was murdered and her body dumped in Kimbo in Kiambu at the age of 18, she was strangled. According to the results of the autopsy performed at the city mortuary, this is the case. The young lady, according to the report, has multiple, very significant head injuries. The pathologist believes that Esther Wambui was struck with a blunt object.
At the time, Wambui was living in Watalaam slums on the Ruiru-Kiambu Road. There are reports that she seemed satisfied with the opportunities life had provided her. Esther's neighbors and coworkers told The Saturday Standard that the young woman's attire, haircuts, and lifestyle were coveted by many.
Patrick Ndung'u, the Gady Fast Restaurant owner in Ruiru who employed the deceased Esther Wambui, has come out with additional information about her death. Ndung'u claims that Esther Wambui, a waitress at Gady Fast Restaurant, only worked there for eight days. Esther Wambui's employer has also revealed that she was always on time for work.
According to Ndung'u, Esther Wambui was a complete mystery to him. It was disclosed by Ndung'u that Esther told the interviewer that she didn't have an ID card and that it had been stolen. Further information indicate that she informed her employer about her living arrangements with her brother. But it soon appeared that Joseph Ngige, Esther's husband, was living with her.
The inquiry into the death of Esther Wambui continues, despite the fact that her father, Samuel Mbugua, has asked the DCI to speed up the investigation and bring those responsible to justice.
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