Linus Kaikai, has said that he feels like the murdered of Sergeant Kipyegon Kenei might have already visited his home and even contributed cash for his funeral.
Kaikai said that the murderers are probably the ones closest to the family giving them comforting and grieving with them.
Speaking during News Gang, a segment that airs on Citizen, the Director of Strategy and Innovation of Kenyan Television station Citizen said
I have a feeling the killers & accomplices who murdered Sgt. Kenei, have probably visited the family & even sent contributions to Kenei’s funeral expenses.
Murder in Kenya is AUDACIOUS.
that is why I feel like Kenei’s murderes will be present at his funeral or they will send condolence messages.’
Photos of Kinoti demonstrating how Kenei was killed
The newsman went on to add,
‘I have a spine chilling feeling that cold blooded murderers do normal things like watching TV.
During the day they do normal things like laugh, interact and even mourn with relatives of their victims.’
After the death of Kenei details emerged that his entire social media accounts had been wiped out. This was an attempt to cover up the murder to make it look a suicide.
Before his death, Kipyegon Kinei and his wife had a lengthy and lovely chat on Whatsapp talking about themselves, their love and children.
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They later switched and started talking about Caren, a relative who was visiting their Nakuru home.
They talked about how to accommodate her and after striking a deal, Kipyegon Kenei wished his wife well and to enjoy her visit with Caren.
They later had a phone call conversation that lasted for 53secs from 9:41 pm.
Ten minutes later she received this message.
TELL KAREN THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR VISITING US, MUCH APPRECIATED.
25 minutes past midnight she received Ksh35,000 from Equity bank account.
She sent a message to ask him if the money was hers and why he wasn’t responding to her text messages both on phone and Whatsapp.
The amount she received was not normal.
According to the family and Mpesa evidence provided, Kenei used to send between 3000 to 3600.
The Ksh35,000 at ago without a word was quite suspicious.
As they were trying to figure out what was happening, another shocker came in.
Kipyegon Kenei’s social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram had been wiped off the grid.
At 7;32am on Wednesday, Kenei’s father, John Chesang, received Ksh 10,000 from his son.
By that time, Kenei’s phone was off he couldn’t be reached.
With the situation, continuing to look completely out of the norm, Judith wrote him a text to ask him where he was.
There was no reply.
On Thursday afternoon, the office of the deputy president William Ruto through his spokesman David Mugonyi sent a message to newsrooms.
He said Kipyegon Kenei was expected at the DCI to record a statement with the detectives but he failed to show up at work.
He will be buried tomorrow at his parents home.