Nakuru Tycoon’s Late Son Daniel Mahinda Mwangi Left This Emotional Suicide Note

On social media, a suicide letter apparently written by Daniel  Mahinda Mwangi, the son of rich entrepreneur Joseph Mahinda, has surfaced.

We believe the Farmers World Ltd Company owner took his own life. This is after catching his wife Lorna Chepkorir in bed with his best friend and business partner.

There is a message circulating on social media purporting to show the renowned entrepreneur’s last remarks. He left the note to his wife following the betrayal that drove him to commit suicide at Lake Nakuru Nation Park.

His immediate family is yet to reply to the circulating rumors or the note.

Two children; Liam Mahinda and Zuri Ngina survive the late Daniel Mahinda Mwangi. This is according to his obituary, which was published on Tuesday on the Daily Nation Newspaper.

The young man will be laid to rest tomorrow at Nakuru North Cemetery in a private ceremony attended only by close family and friends. The venue for his burial appears to fulfill one of his wishes in the suicide note.


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Have a look at Daniel Mahinda Mwangi’s alleged suicide note below;

“Lorna, what are you doing to me? If you don’t love me, why didn’t you tell me? What are you doing to me now? I gave you my heart and everything I had, yet you were not fine.

I have nothing to say to you. Let me kill myself because of you, so you can have another boyfriend. There will be no disruption for you. We’ll get together one day.

I still adore you. Goodbye. Anyone who sees this note should email it to her friend Linda via this WhatsApp number (hidden). Then she will forward it to her (Lorna).

PS: I don’t want to be buried at my father’s land because I brought shame upon him; instead, bury me in Nakuru North Cemetery.”

If the note is anything to go by, then depression is real. Be your brothers’ keepers. People are going through a lot in relationships and marriages.

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