Sonko News has established from a credible source that the Ruiru woman who was found dead and her body dubbed bwana ya mtu ni sumu left with her hubby at 5Am to go for work which was never the case.
According to a statement that Sonko News came across from one Kombedho Michael, they left with the husband but it seems she branched because even the colleagues confessed that they never saw her at work.
According to a police report, the body of the woman believed to be in her early twenties was stashed in a nylon sack with the hands tied to the back.
“Both legs had also been tied with manila ropes and she had a deep cut on her left breast,” continued the police report about the body that was found near the service lane along the perimeter wall of the tightly guarded facility.
The body of the deceased woman had ink writings on the chest, both palms and both thighs which read “Bwana ya mtu ni sumu,” loosely translated to someone’s husband is poison with police believing that the murder was linked to a love triangle.
Well, days later, the alleged hubby of the deceased woman has confessed according to the statement below which Sonko News came across:
“Following an incident where the Detectives are doing investigations concerning the woman who was found dead, the husband has opened up !
You should know the time he or she reports to work and the time he or she reports back home if you’ve started doubting your instincts kama hayuko area….Who are her or his close genuine friends and workmates ?
The husband of a woman whose body was found inside a suitcase outside the General Service Unit (GSU) Recce station in Ruiru in Kiambu County has broken his silence.
Speaking to the press yesterday, Joseph Ngige narrated that on the fateful day, he and his wife Esther Wambui had woken up at 5am for work. He noted that as usual, he escorted Wambui to her workplace explaining that he did that regularly for security reasons.
In the evening of that day, Ngige went to pick her up at 7 p.m. but she did not show up. He waited for her and upon inquiry, he was informed that Wambui never reported for work.A file image of officers ferrying a body from a residential area.
Facebook A search that night lasted till 11 p.m. but she was never found.”On that fateful morning, we woke up around 5 am as usual and I escorted her from the estate towards her workplace, a hotel near the Ruiru bypass.”I usually do that because of safety to see her off.
She is needed at her workplaces at around 6 am, so I made sure she was in a safe distance, then went back home,” he told the Standard.
The morning after she went missing, he decided to report the matter to the police before Wambui’s body was recovered in a suit.”On Tuesday, I woke up very early just to see if I might spot her reporting to work but she didn’t show up. That’s when I decided to report the matter to the police.”I went to Juja station where an officer directed me to City Mortuary where the body was taken, that Tuesday evening i confirmed that Wangui was no more,” he added.
The woman’s body was found on Monday, January 17, 2022, before her identity was revealed two days later.Her body was found wrapped in a nylon sack and was stashed outside the GSU Recce station.” Concluded the statement from the source.