Naneu Muthoni murder in Lang'ata, Postmortem reveals fatal head injuries
body of Naneu Muthoni, who was found slain at the Lang'ata estate on Monday, underwent an autopsy



The body of Naneu Muthoni, who was found slain at the Lang'ata estate on Monday, underwent an autopsy, and it was discovered that she had suffered a traumatic brain injury.

 
According to the report, she was also repeatedly struck with a blunt object and had a sharp object pierce her head.
 


According to the Chief Government Pathologist, Dr. Johansen Oduor's autopsy report, Muthoni's body had several injuries that were consistent with an assault.
 


According to preliminary police reports, the 30-year-old's body had significant wounds on the forehead, and blood was dripping from the nostrils. Blood was splashed on the wall and the floor, and there was obvious evidence of a struggle.
 


Thomas Mbugua Muthee, the woman's boyfriend and the primary suspect in the homicide, was last seen on November 12.
 


The couple had reportedly been dating for a year, according to the family, which still cannot comprehend the horrific murder of their last-born daughter.
 


After learning of the suspect's intermittent assaults, the parents were uneasy about the situation.
 


Just a few meters from her house, Naneu Muthoni visited the suspect on Friday last week. She vanished, only for her severely injured body to be found on Monday, November 14, covered in a bed sheet, at the suspect's home. After the incident, the suspect allegedly left.
 


According to Monica Kimani, commander of the Langata Sub-County Police, they are actively pursuing the culprit and are confident they will catch up with him shortly.

 

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