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Mother (73), daughter (47) found murdered inside their home.

A Treasury retiree and her daughter were on Monday found strangled inside their house in Nairobi's South B.

Judith Mwai (73) and her daughter Catherine Mwai (47)'s bodies were discovered by a kin when she visited the home, each in their respective bedrooms.

Judith’s body was found lying facing down with a sisal rope tied around her neck with blood oozing from her mouth. Her daughter, who is a former employee of Co-operative Bank, was found in her bedroom’s floor with injury marks around her neck which, evidence of possible strangulation.

The duo were last seen on Sunday at 2pm when they dropped by a black Toyota Prado by an unknown person.

According to a report from Makadara Police Station, the two lived alone in this house but had two tenants living in the servant’s quarters who were not home when the police visited the scene.

Nothing seemed to have been stolen from them as their mobile phones were found in their respective bedrooms. There was no murder weapon found at the scene.

The bodies were taken to Chiromo Mortuary.

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