‘The hands of law are longer than any other’, (probably an African proverb) that is what we grew up being told by the ones who were ahead of us. In a past escapade that involved a man and his girlfriend has finally come up to the headlines of news.
A minister who killed a lady accepted to be his better half in his auto four years back has been indicted murder and sentenced to death.
High Court judge Jessi Lesiit discovered Minister Paul Ng’ang’a Wanjiru of the Dagoretti-based Wells of Faith Church liable of murdering Ms Caroline Chinjira in 2012. The casualty was a staff of Panafric Hotel and was four months pregnant.
Pastor Ng’ang’a supposedly did not need word to spread about his sweetheart’s pregnancy, in spite of the fact that he as of now had another child with her. The judge coordinated that the minister, who had been discharged on bond pending determination of the homicide case, be quickly taken into guardianship.
His co-denounced, accepted to be his child James Mutunga Muia, was set free. The judge said that confirmation tendered by the indictment implicated the minister and also his DNA profile and that of the expired.