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Judy Wangui ‘s House Help Confesses: I cleaned Bloodstained House After Mary Wambui’s Brutal Murder

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An employee of Judy Wangui, the main suspect in the murder of Mary Wambui, has confessed that her boss made her cover-up the murder scene after the atrocious act.

Wangui’s house help narrated to homicide detectives from DCI, who have now taken over investigations, that she was made to wash Mary’s blood off the floor of Judy’s apartment at Fourways Junction.

She also told the officers that Joseph Kori, Mary’s husband, was not at the house which has been declared the primary crime scene.

The house help’s statement contradicted Judy’s which stated that Joseph hit his wife Mary repeatedly on the head with his gun.

Michael Mathenge, a taxi driver who was allegedly hired by Judy, turned the heat on her after he told police that the murder suspect blackmailed him into helping her dispose of Mary’s body.

After loading the body into a white Mercedes Benz, they reportedly left the premises in separate cars, heading for a dam in Ruiru where they dumped the body.

The late Mary Wambui who was believed to have been murdered by Judy Wangui.

 

Both Judy and Mathenge will be arraigned in court on Wednesday to face murder charges.

READ ALSO:   Wambui murder: Wangui in trouble

Sources close to the investigations told Nation that detectives are yet to decide whether or not to charge Mary’s husband.

Since statements from witnesses reveal that Joseph wasn’t in the house at the time of Mary’s demise, authorities are investigating whether he could have participated in other ways.

“We are waiting for the forensic examination report so that we can confirm if he participated in other ways. We will then decide whether to charge him or free him,” the officer told Nation.

-Kenyans.co.ke

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‘Cigarettes are my greatest addiction’ Shouts Kamene Goro

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Media personality Kamene Goro has revealed that one of her biggest bedroom fetish’ is being bitten. According to the damsel, bites are a turn on.

Speaking during a session with Xtian Dela Kamene reveals

I like to be bitte

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The curvy presenter spoke about various issues occurring in Kenya

Asked on what her current addiction is Kamene reveals

My current addiction is cigarettes.

Kamene went on to share that her worst bedroom experience was being given under 7 strokes.

Kibe could not understand how that could happen to such a damsel.

Ati seven strokes? kwani are you a chicken or what?

There are no men who are like that. Such guys should be tied to a pole and whipped.

By Mpasho

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American bride ‘undergoes FGM’ in Pokot traditional wedding – VIDEO

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An American missionary living in Baringo County braved female genital mutilation in order to fulfill the marriage customs of the Pokot in her traditional wedding.

The American couple has lived among the Pokots for the last 10 years doing missionary work.

Trizah and Tony said they fell in love with the Pokot culture and decided to wed in adherence to the traditions.

Among the Pokots, the bride must undergo female genital mutilation as a rite of passage to adulthood, a condition the American couple readily agreed to.

The marriage ceremony took place in Paka Hills.

Trizah was given a Pokot name Cheigar.

“I am proud to be here and be a part of this. It’s a blessing for me to be able to do this and be accepted by these people” Tony told K24 TV in an interview.

Female genital mutilation was banned in Kenya eight years ago after the enactment of Female Genital Mutilation Act 2011.

Communities still practice the vice albeit in secrecy.

By nation.co.ke

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VIDEO: “Drunk” Kenyan in US faces up to 99 years in Prison ‘after killing man in wrong way vehicular homicide’

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A Kenya man faces up to 99 years in prison after he was charged with felony murder and intoxication assault on a peace officer.

Two Harris County Sheriff’s deputies were injured and the man they were taking to jail was killed when they were hit head-on by a wrong-way driver in west Harris County.

Investigators believe that wrong-way driver, who has been identified as 39-year-old Patrick Njogu, was drunk.

Authorities say Deputy C. Drake and Deputy P. Zelaya were going eastbound on the Westpark Tollway at Synott around 11:30 p.m. Sunday when Njogu slammed his Lexus into their patrol vehicle.

The deputies had left the scene of a major crash before that and were taking the 42-year-old prisoner in the backseat of the patrol unit to jail for allegedly being impaired.

Investigators spoke to the deputies who said they had little time to react. They believe Njogu was headed the wrong way on the road for more than a mile.

Sean Teare with the Harris County District Attorney’s Office says he has seen video of the collision.

“You can see the moment the two deputies go over the hill on the on-ramp as this defendant is basically exiting Westpark the wrong way,” Teare said.

READ ALSO:   Wambui murder: Wangui in trouble

Other drivers apparently called 911 in the moments before the crash, trying to warn authorities of the coming danger. The Harris County Toll Road Authority then located Njogu’s vehicle on camera but could not prevent the head-on collision.

Deputy Drake was driving, but he was unable to take evasive action.

“He had nowhere to go. It is an on-ramp, a one lane on-ramp. He was only able to see him for a split second before the head-on,” Teare explained.

Officials say everyone was wearing a seat belt, and they were all taken to Memorial Hermann Southwest Hospital. The prisoner died.

Deputy Drake had a broken foot, numerous bruises and cuts, and Deputy Zelaya suffered a concussion. Njogu was taken to the hospital with a broken leg.

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Authorities say Njogu has five previous DWI arrests and three previous convictions in Illinois and Missouri.

Teare described Njogu as being highly intoxicated.

“He told the deputies or asked the deputies whether or not he was in the state of Missouri immediately after the crash,” Teare said.

READ ALSO:   Detectives arrest motorist they link to ferrying Wambui body

Njogu had a Texas driver’s license.

According to the district attorney, as long as he had been adjudicated for the other convictions, there would be nothing that would prevent him from getting a Texas license.

-Agencies

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