How Maxwell Otieno Reacted After Murdering K.U Graduate Endinal Nyainda

The Late Endinal Nyainda

The man, who has been distinguished as Maxwell Otieno, is affirmed to have stubbed the casualty a few times in the stomach after the two had a contradiction after she debilitated to leave the man.

Hours after the killing of Endinal Nyainda, the suspected killer made a chilling telephone call to her sister requesting that she should go for and collect her sisters body.

This is as indicated by the casualty’s sister Diolence Nyainda. Endinal was killed on Monday by significant other inside their leased condo at Kahawa Wendani, after what has been accounted for as a contradiction.

The family likewise denied claims by the suspected killer that he took her through her college instruction.
An uncle to the casualty additionally said that the suspect was never in the Kenya Defence Force (KDF) and that he was a cab driver in Kahawa Wendani region.

On the other hand, this is what her sister said, “My sister left the house and did not say where she was going and at around 2.48am, her ex-boyfriend called me and when I picked the phone he told me to go and pick the body of my sister, whom she said she had already killed”.
Her mother (Nemmy Nyainda) also had to share this, “HELB is what was paying for my daughter’s school fee and that man (Otieno) never paid anything for her”.

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The suspect has subsequent to been captured and is being held at Ruiru Police Station as examinations proceed.
The perished’s body will be moved from Kenyatta University Funeral home to the family’s home in Migori on Thursday for definite memorial service courses of action.
May her soul Rest In Peace.

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