Spoiller Tattooist who was among the four young men killed in Kitengela; was laid to rest on Thursday 19th back in his village in Kisii county.
Although details of his burial and family members remain unknown to the public; those close to him from Nairobi however shared a few photos from his funeral hence updating all the Kenyans following up on this story.
Spoiller who was known for his body artwork is believed to have left behind a beautiful daughter; but not sure whether he was married to girls mother or not.
From the photos shared on social media, it’s evident that the young man was laid to rest by his friend; but again, that is all we know for now.
From the reports shared on social media, new findings indicate that these young men were not killed in a mistaken identity situation; but there could have been beef between the boys and businessman, 40-year-old Benson Melonyie ole Mungai.
Police are still working on this case – but one thing is for sure…. Ms Lucy Wanjiru will definitely not see this slide as she lost both her two boys who are her only children.
There are no words that can explain the kind of pain Lucy Wanjiru who is the mother of the late Freddie Wanjiru, 30; and Victor Wanjiru, 25 who were killed alongside their two cousins over mistaken identity in Kitengela.
The news about the boys shocked many on social media who could not believe that in the 21st centenary; men with dread locks and tattoos are still considered as thugs; and in this case the 4 late young men were said to be suspected livestock thieves.
Okay? Wait – so apart from the dreadlocks and tattoos – did their expensive bikes also read ‘thieves too?’ Not an excuse!
Mother’s pain of losing only kids
According to reports, Freddie and Victor are said to be the only children of Lucy Wanjiru; which explains the pain and breakdown witnessed during her arrival at the JKIA.
The mother of the late young men is heard crying out loud asking what she did to deserve such an experience.
From the reports shared online, the Wanjiru brothers will be laid to rest on Friday at their rural home in Nyandarua County.
Details about their other two friends, Mike George, 29 and Nicholas Musa, 28 are still unknown; but clearly – their families must facing a hard time just like the Wanjirus.
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