Have you ever observed that when death comes knocking on the door of individuals who we happened to be close to in their final moments of life, we only connect the dots after they have passed away, particularly when it comes to how we may have spared their lives?
An incident relating to this involves a mother from Nakuru who has been reported to be recalling with sadness the final murder trial evidence of her own daughter.
It is said in the Standard weekly magazine that Irene Jepchumba, who was identified as a lecturer at the Rift Valley Institute of Science and Technology in Nakuru, refused to join her mother on a field trip on the day she died at a waterfall while on a date with her lover.
"Between July 2nd and July 5th, 2018, we were together.
After four days, she excused herself from the meeting, stating that she wanted to become more acquainted with the institution where she had recently been hired as a professor." Ms Boitt, a lecturer at Egerton University, explained that her daughter had shown an interest in paying her a visit at her new workplace.
On the day of her daughter's death, her mother acknowledged that she attempted to contact her through a number of phone calls and text messages because it was uncommon for her kid to be late to home by 7 p.m., but that she received no answers because it was too late at that point.
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