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Ivy Wangechi killer is said to have trailed her for a year

Ivy Wangechi the sixth year medical student at MoiUniversity whose life was brutally taken on Tuesday by a man who is said tohave been closely monitoring her.

Ms. Ivy Wangechi is said to have woken up on Tuesday on high spirits as she did her daily routines around Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital in Eldoret where she was set to complete her practical exams as she waited for her graduation.

At this time Naftali Njahi Kinuthia was planning on how he was going to end her life as he arrived at the facility and parked near the emergency wing at 10:00 am

Armed with weapons, Njahi was later been joined by Ivy Wangechi who is believed to have been contacted by the killer.

At around 10:30 am the lifeless body of Ms. Ivy was found soaked in blood as 28-year-old Kinuthia threatened people who arrived at the scene.

Naftali Njahi runs away afterward before he was caught by angry boda-boda riders who beat him before he was rescued by police officers who took him to the same facility for treatment.


According to new revelations, Naftali Njahi is said to haveasked Ivy to be his girlfriend and even promised to marry her.

He sent her several love messages but Ms. Wangechi told himoff promising her friendship instead.

The man is said to have sent the late student gifts including a phone which the deceased wanted to discard it but upon her friend’s advice, she decided to keep it.

She later changed her number but Naftal managed to get the new one a year later and resumed his advances.

Mr. Njahi is said to have traveled from Thika to Eldoretbefore committing the brutal act on Ivy.

Ivy Wangechi killer is said to have trailed her for a year
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