Philomena Njeri’s Burial Plans Reveal New Astonishing Details about Her Relationship with Mukundi

The burial plans for the late Philomena Njeri have been made public. The beautiful lady was allegedly murdered in cold blood by her lover Jonathan Mukundi at their lavish home in Kirigiti, Kiambu County.

The motive behind the killing is something that the police detectives are still trying to unravel. But reliable sources claim that there was some promiscuity involved. Njeri is rumored to have been in another relationship with one of their workers in their car spare parts business.

Chai Moto News can authoritatively report that the couple is not going to be buried in the same location. According to a close family member, Philomena Njeri is set to be buried on Tuesday August 10, 2021 at her parent’s home in Kianjege Village, Kirinyaga County.

This raises questions on the kind of relationship the two had. Was Njeri a ‘mpango wa kando’?

Some new details from close friends have revealed that the two were not officially married despite having lived together for more than 10 years. Jonathan Mukundi spent most of his life in the United States and the only time he got to spend with Njeri was when he was in Kenya.

READ ALSO: Government Pathologist Reveals What Mukundi Did To Njeri before Killing Her in Cold Blood

The two are said to have been in constant squabbles any time they were together. Maybe that explains why Mukundi was reluctant to formalize things.

In an African set up, one has to pay dowry for them to be allowed to bury the woman in their home; otherwise her parents will claim the body without apologies.

The government pathologist Dr. Johansen Oduor made a statement after conducting the much awaited autopsy. He revealed that Njeri was never pregnant contrary to popular believe.

Mukundi and Njeri made love on the fateful day because the autopsy conducted on Njeri showed that there were some traces of male semen in her private parts.

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