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"JUSTICE FOR NJAMBI", clarion call as slain trader is laid to rest

Thika town residents on Friday morning woke up a funeral procession of the late 27-year old Lucy Njambi who a week ago was slain by her estranged lover at her rented house in Section 2 estate.

While carrying the casket bearing her remains, the mourners walked for about 2 kilometres to town. They carried her portraits and banners demanding justice for the slain businesslady. The procession caused some traffic along the streets they snaked through as they headed to Mburu Plaza along Kwame Nkrumah Street.

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This is the building where she ran an M-PESA shop and where she worked on the night she met her death. It is alleged that Njambi left for home some minutes past 8pm. Her killer followed her to her house and stabbed her several times before speeding away.

Njambi was pronounced dead on arrival at Thika Level 5 Hospital.

Speaker after speaker, the mourners described Njambi as a very friendly and industrious young lady and demanded for justice to prevail. They wondered how the suspect was still at large, one week later and called on the police to expedite the search of her killer.

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Women said they were now living in fear knowing that there was a dangerous killer on the loose.

After the press briefing, the procession headed to Nyeri County where the late Njambi was to be laid to rest at Kiandu Village in Tetu Sub-County.

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