The murder of Agnes Wanjiru: a Kenyan family outraged by the British Army ‘hiding’ the truth

Agnes Wanjiru a Kenyan woman who kelled by British soldier in 2012 /ROSE WANYUA

The group of a Kenyan lady who was purportedly killed by a British warrior in 2012, has told the BBC their indignation and dissatisfaction that so far nobody has been seen as liable of the killings.
The British Defense Ministry has said Britain is helping out Kenya over the demise of Agnes Wanjiru following charges made by the Sunday Times that there is a secret truth.
Agness’ body was found in a latrine pit at an inn around 90 days after she had invested some energy with warriors.
As far as it matters for her, the British Ambassador to Kenya Ms. Jane Marriott composed on her twitter page communicating her sympathies to the group of Agnes and guaranteed Kenyans that the UK would co-work with Kenya in the examination and assist with handling the issue successfully.
The 21-year-old left behind a five-month-old child young lady, who is right now being really focused on by her sister Rose Wanyua in Nanyuki town, 200km north of the capital, Nairobi.
Bi. With destroys streaming his cheeks, he portrayed how the Sunday Times report reappeared harsh recollections.
She and her significant other John Muchiri said the family was frantic to get equity for the passing of Wanjiru, whom they called Ciru.
For a long time after the passing of their cherished one, the group of Agnes Wanjiru – is standing by to get equity without progress.