Previous posts by Wangechi’s Murderer prove mentally disturbed Man

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Struggling to avoid dozens of cameras following him, Mr Kinuthia appeared before the Eldoret High Court on Monday minutes after 9am to face charges following the death of the sixth-year student at Moi University School of Medicine.

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The courtroom in Eldoret with friends and relatives of slain Moi University medical student Ivy Wangeci.

Naftali Kinuthia

Kinuthia was was presented before the court where the Senior Resident Magistrate Nichodemus Moseti allowed police to hold him for 14 days.

This is to facilitate the completion of investigations into the cold blooded killing of Ivy Wangeci

Moseti ordered that Kinuthia be held at the Naiberi police station until April 30, when he will be brought back to court.

Naftali’s lawyer Mbiu Kamau told the court that they also needed time to have him treated for injuries he sustained after being attacked by mobs during the incident.

“Your honour, he is complaining of headache and chest pains and he needs to be treated before he can be charged,” said Kamau.

Naftali Kinuthia

The court ordered that he be taken for treatment at the Moi Referral hospital.The last ever communication Naftali had with the interwebs were his social media posts.

In one Instagram post, dated a month a go, Naftali writes:

“Because brothers don’t let each other wander in the dark alone.”

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In another, Naftali captions this under his photo saying,

“I would rather risk wearing out than rusting out.”

On his Facebook page, Naftali says he went to Nyandarua High School and on his relationship status, he points out that he is

“single”.

Do you agree that Naftali via his posts was proving to have some mental disturbance? What do you think?

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