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Revealed: Link between slain Nyamira couple, dead USIU don and missing mistress



The murder of a Kenyan man and his wife this week in Nyamira County has reignited the unsolved death of Prof. Zachary Mosoti, 59, a university dean, who was discovered dead inside a rented bedsitter in 2021 after settling there with a mistress he intended to wed as his third wife.

This week, after being brutally murdered by unidentified assailants, Edward Morema Nyagechi, 62, and Mong’ina Morema, 60, were found dead at their home on Tuesday morning.

First off, Mr. Morema was Prof. Mosoti’s uncle. He taught management and human resource development at USIU and was discovered dead in a bedsitter in Kamulu in December 2021 while still partially clothed.

Nathan Oburu, an advocate, shows where Prof Mosoti’s body was found in a bedsitter in Kipawa area, Kamulu.

His mistress, Naomy Morang’a, who shared a home with the professor before he passed away, vanished following the tragedy, and she has yet to be located.

In an exclusive interview with the Nation.Africa a year ago, her relatives, who are living in Igare, Bobasi Sub-County in Kisii County, admitted that they had given up on attempting to find her.

Notably, Ms. Morang’a vanished along with her friends who spoke to Nation and some secrets.

At that time, the investigations bureau for Africa claimed that the don had told her that his second wife was abusing him.

Also, Ms. Morang’a had informed her friends that she had no plans to return to Saudi Arabia because the don had pledged to construct a house for her in Ruai and to transport her college.

A postmortem conducted at the Kenyatta University Teaching and Referral Hospital (KUTRH) revealed that the professor was strangled to death contrary to a police report filed at Kamulu Police Station which indicated his cause of death as natural.

“As a result of my examination, I formed the opinion that the cause of death was asphyxia due to neck compression,” the post-mortem findings recorded by Dr Dorothy Njeru read

A house in Acacia area, Ruai, that belonged to Prof Zachary Mumbo Mosoti

The don’s killers had pulled a psychological trick on anyone who might have wanted to look into the matter by leaving him half-naked with five blue pills, an insulin pen, and a carrier bag with a woman’s bra and panties next to him. a false trail.

According to information provided by Nation.Africa, detectives working for the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) who were investigating the case had previously stated that they were concentrating on his marital problems as the key factor that may have contributed to his passing.

The late Prof. Mosoti’s marital problems began in 2017 when he told his first wife Gladys Mosoti that Ms. Peris Ondara would be his second wife.

Gladys, who did not see this as a good omen, left the house when the Professor insisted on moving in with them both in the same compound. Since 1995, they had been married.

Gladys moved out of the way, and Ms. Ondara took over. The Professor’s relationship with his new wife did not go as planned, and he was forced to start looking for another wife.

That is how the don first connected with Ms Morang’a, the mistress he shared a bed with, on Facebook.

Ms. Morang’a and the don began communicating while she was still employed in Saudi Arabia, and on December 3, 2021, the don picked her up at the airport.

Just like the murders of Prof Mosoti who never left a trace giving detectives a hard time unravelling what transpired, police in Masaba North Sub-County in Nyamira County are also saying that those who on Tuesday, March 21, 2023, ended the lives of the couple did not leave a trace.

A close family member who spoke in confidence due to the sensitivity of the matter said that the late Prof Mosoti and Mr Morema had bought some land in Ruai.

“We suspect that it might have been a contributor in what transpired because for a while now it was the topic of discussion amongst close family members,” said the family member.

On the other hand, Nyamira police are now attempting to piece together the final moments of the couple who were killed inside their now-designated crime scene residence.

Two people, a housegirl and a farm worker, have already been interrogated about the savage killing of the couple and have provided police with recorded testimony.

The two claimed in their account to the authorities that a stranger had visited them the night Mr. Morema and Ms. Mong’ina died.

The house girl excused herself and went to sleep, leaving the couple and their visitor in the couple’s company as they ate dinner and talked.

For the farm hand, he said that he rarely enters the house and when he was served supper, he ate, closed the gate and retired to bed after a busy day on the farm.

Masaba North Sub-County Police boss Robert Ndambiri in an earlier interview said that investigations into the matter had started.

According to Mr Ndambiri, the deceased persons seemed to have been hit with a blunt object on their heads.

The bodies also had stab wounds on other parts of the body.

“We are trying to establish how the attackers got into their house because there was no breakage. We have arrested two people as we commence our investigations. They are a housemaid who used to live with the deceased in their single-storey house and a farm hand,” Mr Ndambiri told Nation. Africa on the phone.


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Nyeri teen arrested with homemade gun, bhang to be charged



By Wanja Waweru

A 19-year-old guy was detained by police in Nyeri County after being discovered in possession of a handmade gun that could fire and marijuana.

The National Police Service (NPS) said in a statement that the young man was detained as a result of a tip from the general public.

“Police officers from Munyange Police Station arrested a 19-year-old suspect after he was found in possession of a home-made pistol, stones of cannabis sativa and rolls of the same. He has been remanded in police custody,” the statement read in part.

The NPS also expressed gratitude to the general public for helping to support community police in the battle against crime and illegal narcotics.

A police officer assigned to the General Service Unit (GSU) was also found in possession of a handmade pistol the day before the teen’s arrest.

A failed heist in Kasarani sub-county led to the arrest of Mr. Graham Ndichu Chege, a GSU officer.

On Monday, May 29, 2023, Nairobi News broke the exclusive that the suspect has been on police radar for more than four months.

Officers worried about an armed gang terrorizing people in Kasarani Sub-County knew when, not if, Mr. Chege would be apprehended.

The suspect was being questioned about more robberies that had occurred nearby, according to an investigator with the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) who is aware of the current inquiries.

“Officers involved in the matter believe that he was the one leading a gang that has been giving the locals in this sub-county a hard time. Plans are also underway to arrest his accomplices,” said the officer, who spoke in confidence as he is not authorised to speak to the media.

According to a police report reviewed by this reporter, Mr. Paul Maina said that three individuals on motorcycles and carrying pistols robbed him at gunpoint of his cell phone at the Cooperative area along Kamiti Road.

“Police officers on foot patrol responded very quickly and with the help of bodaboda riders they chased the suspects to Juja Weighbridge where the suspect’s motorcycle developed mechanical problem and Mr Chege was arrested,” the report reads in part.

As a GSU officer assigned to the GSU Headquarters and Transit Section, Mr. Chege then revealed to the officers that he was to them.

When the police searched him, they discovered a makeshift pistol that they claimed might fire.

“A bloodstained broken knife and a motorcycle with registration number KMFH 031U, make Ranger Black, were recovered,” the police report added.

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Kenyans ranked 87th most unhappy people in the world



The top 20 most miserable persons, according to Hanke’s Annual Misery Index, created by Steve Hanke, modified and ratified by Harvard University, and published by The Wall Street Journal, are listed below.

Inflation, unemployment, and high interest rates are the main causes of these people’s misery.

Zimbabwe, Venezuela, Syria, Lebanon, and Sudan took the top five positions.

Ranked sixth to tenth were Argentina, Yemen, Ukraine, Cuba, and Turkey.

Sri Lanka, Haiti, and Angola were 11th, 12th, and 13th, while Tonga, Ghana, and South Africa were 14th, 15th, and 16th. Ranked 17th to 20th were Suriname, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Iran, and Rwanda.

At the bottom of the list in 87th place was Kenya with a misery index of 29.264 and the main factor contributing to its misery was the interest rate on loans.

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Vihiga: Section of Secondary School dorm razed, no injuries



On Tuesday evening, a portion of a dormitory at Ebunangwe Boy’s Secondary School in Vihiga County caught fire.

Billy Maloba, a witness to the incident, estimates that the fire started at 8 o’clock.

“No one was injured in the accident since it happened when the students were doing their night preps in class,” he said.

Ebunangwe is a mixed boarding and day school.

The school has only one dormitory.

“It was raining around that time so it took a while for people to notice the fire,” Maloba, who said he lives a few metres from the school, said.

He claimed that once the fire was put out by the locals, the Vihiga fire department arrived.

Since property with an unknown value was destroyed, the cause of the fire has not yet been identified.

By the time of publication, the school still had not released a statement regarding the incident.

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