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Kahawa Waitress Murder Suspect Wanted Ex-Wife to Hear Confession

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  • A man who admitted to the brutal murder of his girlfriend Catherine Nyokabi told detectives that he wanted his estranged wife to be present before confessing.

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    The spies had given her the opportunity to contact a friend or lawyer before entering, but she chose her ex-wife and mother for her five children.

    In front of him, Evans Karani recounted how he communicated with his girlfriend on a controversial Wednesday, April 14, and asked them to meet so they could resolve an issue that had been going on for two months.

    The late Catherine Nyokabi who was found murdered on Wednesday, April 14, 2021.

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    The clerk told Nyokabi that he wanted to take her to her parent’s house in Kirinyaga and convinced her that they needed to resolve the matter before the visit.

    He bought him drinks to undermine his decision and when they reached Mang’u High School, he took another route towards Tola real estate where he strangled him using tape.

    The clerk confessed to torturing his girlfriend before she died by pulling her hair, stabbing her and burning her body in acid.

    In an attempt to conceal the evidence, he dragged the body 50 meters from the vehicle and tried to cover it with mud in the hope that it would be eaten by wild animals.

    By this time, his car was stuck in the mud. He left the area and went to his friend’s residence in Githurai where detectives arrested him from Friday, April 16th.

    After his confession, it is said that the isolated clerk’s wife turned to the spies and said that this could not be true.

    “I know him, he can’t hurt the flies,” Everyday nation was reported.

    However, Karani, who suspected that his girlfriend was dating another man, showed that he loved her too much and could not bear the thought of losing her.

    He said that Nyokabi came a second life after God.

    Entrance to the Kenya Police Station.Entrance to the Kenya Police Station.

    Entrance to the Kenya Police Station.

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  • Source: KENYAGIST.COM

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