A fugitive police serial killer by the name Caroline Chemutai Kangogo, who is being hunted down by detectives, is on a mission to finish her former and current lovers. This is according to a series of tweets and press briefs by the DCI.
Her family broke their silence yesterday on the unfortunate incidents revolving around their 34-year-old daughter.
Both her parents namely Barnaba Kipkoech Korir (father) and Leah Jepkosgei Kangogo (mother) spoke to the media on Wednesday, at their home in Nyawa village, Elgeyo Marakwet County.
They apologized to the families of Police Constable John Ogweno and Peter Ndwiga Njiru who are going through difficult moments following the murder of their loved ones.
A close friend of Peter Njiru, who was Caroline’s second victim, has come out to reveal that the security consultant could be alive today had he taken her calls.
The lady identified as Ann Gacheru took to Late Peter Njiru’s Facebook wall to mourn him as she recounted the turn of events preceding the murder most foul.
Apparently, Ann had gotten information that Caroline had gone berserk after the Nakuru case, which involved John Ogweno, was reported. She knew that Peter was in an illicit relationship with Carol and she wanted to him a heads up, in case they were planning to meet. Unfortunately, he did not pick her calls.
“I wanted to warn him but he did not pick my calls. This is very sad,” wrote Ann in a comment on her own Facebook post on Peter’s wall.
Had Peter, who was the MD/CEO of Superb Security Group LTD, picked Ann’s calls the story could be different as we speak. Check out a screenshot of Ann Gacheru’s Facebook post below;
Do you think taking Ann’s calls could have saved the young man? Feel free to leave a comment below.