A suicide note left behind by Joseph Muchiri, the husband of the late Nakuru woman, Faith Wangui, was found by the police.
The note was found in Muchiri's pocket. It entailed details of why he took his life after the murder of his wife in unclear circumstances.
Confirming the retrieval of the suicide note, Nakuru County Police Commander, Stephen Matu said that the late Muchiri was found having hanged himself from a tree.
The police boss noted that the 29 years old took his life after people blamed him for the murder of his wife. .
“In the letter, he says; and I quote: ‘I cannot withstand losing my precious wife. I am being blamed for her death. Let me now follow her’,” said Matu as quoted by K24 Digital.
Muchiri died on a day his wife's autopsy results were to be released at Nakuru County Hospital Mortuary.
His death comes barely a week after the death of his wife.
Wangui went missing on 10 November 2019 and his body was found on 16 November 2019.
Her body was found near thicket near Menengai Crater, in Nakuru County.
Speaking to K24 Digital when Muchiri's body was being taken to the mortuary, Joseph Mwangi, Wangui's brother wished Muchiri's could not have died so that the death of his sister could be solved easily.
“We wish he [Muchiri] was alive to tell us what transpired before our sister’s death,” Mwangi said as quoted by K24 Digital.