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Witness Was Promised A Job In The Military In Exchange For Dumping Bodies

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A witness in the murder of a woman and her two children has confessed to disposing off of the three bodies in exchange for a job in the military. Detectives investigating the murders said the witness said he was promised the job if he cooperated.

The police say the evidence goes hand-in-hand with several documents recovered -a resume and academic certificates-  in one of houses where the victims were killed.

The bodies of 31-year-old Joyce Syombua, Shanice Maua (10) and Prince Michael (5) were recovered in a shallow grave at Kilimo in Thingithu Estate, Laikipia County on November 16th, 20 days later after they mysteriously disappeared.

She had gone to visit her estranged husband Peter Mwaura Mugure, a Major at the Laikipia Airbase who is the key suspect in the murder case.

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Mugure, is accused alongside Collins Pamba, and are currently being held at Nanyuki and Narumoru police stations respectively in connection with the killings.


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