The results of a post mortem examination of Esther Wambui, the lady whose body parts were found stashed inside a suitcase on Monday, 17th January 2022 have been released.
The autopsy that was conducted by Pathologist Dr. Simon Omuok at the City Mortuary on Friday lifted the lid on a myriad of shocking circumstances under which the lady tragically met her death.
Apart from confirming that Wambui was brutally murdered by way of strangulation, the report additionally revealed that she might have been sexually abused as well as hit with a blunt object.
The perpetrator later slashed her body into multiple pieces and proceeded to stash them into a bag that was dumped near the GSU Recce Squad Camp in Kimbo.
Perhaps a coded message from the victim’s killer, Wambui’s body also had ink writings on the chest, both palms and both thighs which read “Bwana ya mtu ni sumu“.
Her husband of eight months Joseph Ngige and her father Samuel Mbugua were present during the emotional exercise.
Speaking to the media on Thursday, Ngige disclosed that he last escorted Wambui to work at 5 am on Monday, after which all calls to her line went unanswered.
Dorothy Migarusha, Juja sub-County Police Commander, noted that the crime had all the elements of a jealousy-fueled rage.
Police are yet to arrest any suspects in connection to the gruesome murder.
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