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Breaking: Nyeri Tycoon accused of killing his son Dies in the hospital

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NYERI TYCOON Stephen Wang’ondu, who was accused of orchestrating the killing of his son, dies in hospital, his family confirms without giving details.

Jerome ogolla opines

The Nyeri tycoon who killed his son, so that he could inherit his wife (daughter in law) and to claim insurance compensation is dead

Wang’ondu, a septuagenarian died in a Nyeri Hospital yesterday. He had been released on bail. He is also alleged to have killed another of his sons in 1995 and made millions through insurance compensations

Maybe he has killed himself to earn even more in insurance compensation, in the spirit of the monitor lizard who rushes and dives into the river each time rain is approaching, to avoid being rained on

Wanyonyi is on bangi. He is serving justice fast and furiously

Good morning my fellow Hoof-Eaters

More to follow…

Breaking: Nyeri Tycoon accused of killing his son Dies in the hospital

Source: KENYAGIST.COM

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