Woman handed 20 years for the murder of her Asian lover

Hellen wambui who escaped serving death sentence was accused of murdering her Asian lover on January 20th 2015.
Wambui who appeared before Narok High Court Judge Justice Justus Bwonwonga in a tensed court is alleged to have shot two bullets at Roy Ibrahim where one bullet killed him on the spot at Ngori Ngori area in Narok South Sub County.
Earlier through the hearing Wambui had told the court that Ibrahim with who she had two children had shot himself following domestic issues.
The woman who until her sentence was a trader in Narok town had told the court she met Mr. Ibrahim in the year 2007 and together were blessed with two children.
However the eleven witnesses who appeared before the court among them three Criminal Investigating Officers, two cooks, medics, neighbor and a guard had given clear testimony binding the suspect to the killing.
Samson Njoroge also investigating officer told the court by the time he arrived in the deceased house his body was lying in a pool of blood with a bullet shot on his chest and another shot on the blanket.
According to our investigation the deceased had not shot himself because of the nature of the bullet that passed through the left chest and existed above the buttocks,” the investigating officer had told the court.
Earlier through previous hearings another investigating officer Paul Kiilu said the house the couple was had only one entrance and there were no signs that a third person would have entered the house to commit the crime.
Kiilu has said the gun used to shot the deceased had been licensed to him for use of scaring birds and animals that came to destroy crops in the large-scale farms of the deceased.
Lawrence Kinyua a government analyst told the court that after the blood sample analysis, he found the DNA of the blood on the shirt, vest, seats, towel, caution were similar to the blood of the deceased.
While reading his judgment, Justice Bwonwonga said there was enough evidence to prove that the young woman had shot her boyfriend dead with a functional fire arm.
The suspect has a right to appeal at a Kenyan court even though relatives of the Asian business man have since relocated back to India.
After the judgment a relative of the woman collapsed and was taken to nearby Narok referral hospital by relatives.
Stephen Chege who is a business partner who spoke outside the courts called on fellow youth to abide by rather that to take law into own hands.

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