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Kabarak University student Mika Kiprotic, linked to the murder of Mary Wangui, has been detained for 14 days. Let’s see more details about the murder and what happened to Mary Wangui in the following paragraphs.
Who Was Angeline Mary Vangui? What happened to her?
A 21-year-old woman was brutally murdered and her body put in a sack and dumped at Ngata Bridge on the Nakuru-Eldoret highway. The body of Mrs Angeline Mary Wangui was discovered on Jamhuri day.
According to her father, Mr. James Maina, he last spoke to his daughter on December 11, 2022 at 8 p.m. “She informed me that she was preparing dinner and that she was with her older sister. She told me to say hello to her mother, said Mr. Maina at his Langalanga estate in Gilgil town.
Mary didn’t want to miss the party she was invited to. She said she would be back in the morning. Detectives and her family were informed by her sister that Ms Wangui was always on the phone with someone who wanted an explanation for her tardiness.
The next day, her body was found abandoned by the side of the road. It wasn’t until he received a tearful call from their pastor that Mary’s father learned of her death.
He claims that despite being the last child in the family, he still has not been able to accept his daughter’s death.
MIKA KIPROTIC, the prime suspect in the murder of Angeline Mary Wangui, will be detained for 14 days while police complete their investigation, Molo court orders.
— Nation Breaking (@NationBreaking) January 13, 2023
What is the reported cause of death?
According to an autopsy, the young girl died of suffocation
Her body was naked, her phone, ID and purse were there.
She was suffocated. The doctor said her lungs had no room to breathe, so she choked on the food she had eaten.
I don’t know why anyone would want to kill her.
Suspect Mika Kiprotich detained for 14 days
Police have been granted permission by a Molo court to detain Mika Kiprotich, the main suspect in the murder of Nakuru resident Angeline Mary Wangui, for 14 days while they complete their investigations.
The suspect must remain at the Menengai police station for two weeks before appearing in court to plead, according to a directive from Chief Magistrate Elena Nderitu.
During this time, detectives will collect information from the suspect’s phone. Before appearing in court to answer for murder, he will also be moved to Nakuru Level Five Hospital for psychological evaluation.
“The suspect will be detained at Menengai Police Station until January 27 when the case will be mentioned to confirm if officers have completed their investigations before he answers to the murder charges,” the magistrate ruled.
Who was Mika Kiprotich?
26-year-old Kiprotich is linked to her brutal murder. The body of a 21-year-old woman was last month found abandoned near Ngata Bridge on the Nakuru-Eldoret highway.
The magistrate said the situation required her to approve the police request because of the scope and complexity of the investigations provided by investigating officer Jared Omusungu.
Detective Omusungu of the Directorate of Criminal Investigation claimed in his complaint to the court that the suspect disappeared after committing the crime until he was found on January 11 hiding along the Kitale-Eldoret road.
Is the suspect fit to stand trial?
Police asked for more time for the suspect to be examined to determine if he is fit to stand trial. According to the investigating officer, the police also want more time to collect some samples from the suspect, which will be taken to the government chemist for analysis.
Mr Omusungu also informed the court that the suspect’s phone would be taken to the Cyber Crimes Unit so that vital information could be retrieved that would assist investigations.
The detective asked the judge to give them more time, saying: “We are asking the court to give us extra days to complete our investigations. We are yet to record witness statements, if the court gives us 14 days it will be helpful.”
On Wednesday evening, Mr Kiprotich, a medical student at Kabarak University, was smoked from his hideout in Wasin Gishu County.
Research at the entry level
Nakuru County Police Commander Peter Mwanzo said the suspect, a Kabarak University student, was flushed out of his hideout in Wasin Gishu County on Wednesday evening.
He said the 26-year-old student had been on the police radar for the past month. Mr Mwanzo said their investigations revealed that the suspect sent money to Ms Wangui. She had to use the money for a bus fare to the party venue.
He said the police had established that the suspect was the last person who was with the deceased in the area where her body was found. However, he said the nature of the crime could not have been committed by one person.
Cyprian, is Nyakundi published
A family in Gilgil is calling for justice following the death of their 21-year-old daughter, Angeline Mary Wangui, who was killed and her body dumped at Ngata Bridge on the Nakuru-Eldoret highway.
Published Mountain Nationalist
The body of 21-year-old daughter Angeline Mary Wangui was found dumped at Ngata Bridge in Nakuru after she was reported missing. May God help her family cope with the loss.
MIKA KIPROTIC, the prime suspect in the murder of Angeline Mary Wangui, will be detained for 14 days while police complete their investigation, Molo court orders. pic.twitter.com/GhXyWBf6dD
— Nation Africa (@NationAfrica) January 13, 2023
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