Missing Magu boys also found dead

December 3, 2014 2:30 pm
Ryan was aged 9 while his brother Allen was 8 years-old/FILE
Ryan was aged 9 while his brother Allen was 8 years-old/FILE

, NAIROBI, Kenya, Dec 3 – Bodies of deceased lawyer Paul Magu’s two sons, Ryan and Allen have been found in Ruiru, near where their sister Tiffany, 5, was also found dead.

According to Magu’s brother Andrew Kamau, the bodies were discovered on Wednesday afternoon after a massive search was mounted in the area.

“The police have been doing some thorough job; they have collected the bodies, actually in pieces,” he said.

He said Magu, the wife Lydia and their three children would be buried on Tuesday at their parent’s home in Thika.

Ryan was aged 9 while his brother Allen was 8 years-old.

Their sister Tiffany was found dead by farmers in the expansive Tatu City garden in Ruiru, Kiambu County on Monday.

Just like in the case of Tiffany, their bodies had been scorched with a corrosive liquid and their heads decapitated.

The bodies were discovered by a security guard who was attracted by the foul smell coming from a thicket.

“How can a person do this to his kids,” one of the witnesses wondered. “The world is coming to an end. This is scary.”

“You mean a human being can do this to his kids?” another paused.

Police believe Muga committed the heinous act.

One of the close friends who wished not to be named told Capital FM News of how the children were cheerful the fateful day the man whom they trusted most decided to kill them.

“That day, Tiffany was all over her dad…they were all happy,” he said.

Lawyer Magu died when he jumped onto the path of an oncoming bus on the Thika-Garissa highway. His wife, Lydia, had been found dead a few days earlier.

Magu’s three children disappeared on Tuesday last week after their father left with them from their Muthaiga Pipeline estate home for ‘shopping.’

Magu returned home two hours later but without the kids.

The deceased was 35-years old while his wife was 34.

Police are investigating why Magu, prior to his death, had started systematically transferring his prized properties including their family house, to Wambui. Detectives are also searching for a lawyer who had facilitated the transfers.

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Wambui will be held in police custody as police continue with investigations over her link with the deaths for 14 days.


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