Fridah Warau Kamuyu, a 22-year-old woman who died on January 17 in a drowning incident at Titanic Dam in Kiambu County, lived a secretive life, detached from her relatives and friends.
Her death went unnoticed until detectives informed her relatives and asked them to identify her.
While Tirus Maina Gikonyo, a businessman and consultant in the construction industry who also died in the incident was quickly identified through the number plates of the vehicle, Fridah’s body lay in the morgue for close to 10 days.
The detectives were able to trace Fridah’s roots to Njiku village in Mathioya Constituency in Murang’a County, but her parents currently reside in Nairobi.
Despite her young age, education, and beauty, Fridah lived in the shadows, leaving her friends, alumni, and family members unaware of her death.
She had no identification document on her and it was only through her fingerprints that the detectives were able to profile her bio and contact her relatives.
She had bruises on her left wrist, and her investigative file indicates she held a diploma in hospitality and ran a money transfer agency in Thika town.
The drowning incident has raised questions about whether it was an accident or self-inflicted malice.
The detectives are now conducting a mechanical analysis of the vehicle, analyzing the autopsies and toxicology reports to determine the cause of death.
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