It’s yet another week of sorrow as Kenyans continue to mourn and demand justice for the Slain Kianjakoma brothers who died in police custody after being arrested for flaunting curfew laws.
The brothers were laid to rest in an emotional burial ceremony in Nyeri.
Kenyans continue to condemn the recent trend of extrajudicial killings and are not giving up until the criminals are brought to book.
Freddie Wanjiru and Victor Wanjiru were killed in Kitengela together with their two cousins after being mistaken for being livestock thieves.
Freddie Wanjiru was 30 and Victor, his brother was 25. They were killed alongside their cousins Mike George and Nicholas Musa who were 29 and 28 respectively
Lucy Wanjiru, mother to the two brothers arrived at the JKIA airport on Sunday night for their burial on August 20. She could not contain her pain and sorrow as she broke down and wept. The two brothers were her only children. Overcome with grief she broke down, “What have I done my Lord to deserve this. How have I wronged you Lord to deserve losing my beloved children…?”
According to reliable sources, she has been working in the US since 2018.
They had left home in Syokimau on August 8th for a birthday party in Isinya. On their way on 9th August as they were fixing their motorcycle that had broken down , they were attacked and killed on the spot after being suspected to be Cattle thieves.