Detectives pursuing the murder case of National Lands Commission (NLC) deputy director Jennifer Wambua have ruled out abduction before her mysterious death in Ngong Forest.
The officers in charge of the investigations now say that Wambua left her car at the commission’s headquarters before proceeding to Ngong for prayer in isolation.
Jennifer Wambua met her death after prayers
Detectives came to this conclusion after analyzing a phone conversation between Wambua and her Machakos-based pastor who advised her to take some time alone in the forest and pray over her depression.
According to the homicide detectives, Wambua met Peter Njenga, the main suspect in the murder, after completing her prayers in Ngong Forest. It is then alleged that Njenga offered her drinking water before sexually assaulting her then strangling her to death.
Njenga and two other suspects Benjamin Saitoti and David Sempuan, who saw her alive before she was reported to have disappeared, are in police custody.