Mysterious deaths:Missing Kiambu boys found dead at Tatu City farm
This brings to a close the search for the bodies of the Nairobi lawyer’s family members who went missing last week and died under mysterious circumstances.
Relatives of lawyer Paul Magu, who allegedly killed his wife and three children before committing suicide, had said on Wednesday that the bodies will be buried on Tuesday next week.
Thirty-five-year-old Magu’s body was recovered last Wednesday at Ngoliba on the Thika-Garrisa highway after he allegedly jumped in front of a bus and was run over.
That of his wife, Lydia Wambui, was found on the same day at Paradise Lost while their daughter, Tiffany, was found dead at a Ruiru coffee plantation on Monday, her body mutilated and burnt with acid.
Police suspect that Magu killed his wife and dumped her body at Paradise Lost in Kiambu after they found blood stains, signs of a struggle and a suicide note at their home.
The police also revealed that Wambui’s body had signs of burns leading to the suspicion that Magu tried to burn it before dumping it.
Andrew Kamau, Magu’s brother, said a postmortem carried out on Wambui further showed severe injuries on her head.
A pastor was Ann Wanyoro was on Tuesday held for questioning by the police.