Murder, they say, will always cry out or as English playwright William Shakespeare put it, “ though it has no lingo, it’ll speak with utmost miraculous organ ”.
Lincoln Abraham Ng’iendo killed, burnt and ditched his victim’s body in the chaparrals of Tatu City in Nairobi, also put a 328 kilometre distance between himself and the crime scene by fleeing to Moshi in Tanzania.
But as fate would have it, eight months later, the 32- Year-old man would return to the point where he ditched the body of Elizabeth Kiloko Nthei, in bind, and is about to pay for his crime.
On Friday, investigators from the Directorate of criminal investigations presented Ng’iendo in a Nairobi court, where they were allowed to detain him until August 5 as they erect together substantiation of his heinous crime.
Substantiation by the police indicates that Elizabeth, or Lisa, was a student at Kenyatta University taking a course in hospitality while Ng’iendo was a motorist at a council on Thika Road. That was occasionally in 2016. They struck a fellowship and soon came suckers.
She soon moved from the university caravansaries to live with him on Mirema Road in Kasarani.
Moved to Nakuru
The man latterly moved to Nakuru in November 2018 and Lisa would visit him over the weekends and return to Nairobi for her studies on Mondays. By also, she had rented a house at Gwa Kairu.
The man also lost his job and he moved back to Nairobi where Lisa now took care of him using plutocrat transferred to her by her parents. He secured a job as a gas supplier in July 2019 and they moved from Gwa Kairu to Kimbo in Kasarani.
Ng’iendo recalls that he returned home one day drunk and a fight set up.
She left the house in the middle of the night only to return about 40 minutes latterly but he refused to open the door for her. According to the man, she broke a window and in the process sustained a cut. He dressed the crack after opening the door and they made peace.
He lost his job eventually in January last time and he recalls returning home one night and Lisa, who was frenetic because of his drinking problem, started a quarrel. He says they fought and he was injured. The following morning, Ng’iendo says he decided to call it quits but Lisa would hear none of it.
They allegedly conformed and according to him, she forced him to move to Clay City “ to avoid his bad company ”.
In October last time, he said Lisa informed him that a relative who was studying in the USA would visit and spend the weekend in their house. And because her parents weren’t apprehensive of the union, she allegedly asked him to go to Nakuru for the weekend and return when the relative had gone.
He allegedly obliged but on his return, he messed into her mobile phone only to discover that she was drooling with a man in Mombasa and had indeed participated prints. The relationship hit the jewels formerly again but they conformed after a while.
The constant fights would worsen on the night of October 21, when according to him, Lisa entered the kitchen as he played some game on his mobile phone and came fortified with a cutter.
His word is that as he plodded to catch it from her, she fell. He took the cutter and picked her in the left side of the neck. She bled to death. Her dying words were, “ Beb umeniua ”. He allegedly replied, “ I know ”.
He also poured, changed his clothes, covered her using a duvet. By also, she was still as he paced the room.
He latterly gave out his television set to a shylock for Sh 21,000 and used the plutocrat to hire a hack as he planned where to dispose of the body. At around 10 pm on October 22, he removed the body and drove all the way to Ruiru, doused it with petrol and set it on fire.
He went back to the spot the following morning, at5.45, and discovered that the body had incompletely burned.
Ng’iendo latterly called Lisa’s mama and asked her to shoot him Sh 40,000 or he’d kill her. The mama promised to shoot the plutocrat before evening but contended with him not to harm her son. She did n’t shoot the plutocrat as promised. He also called Lisa’s father but he too, didn’t shoot him the plutocrat.
He gutted the house on October 25, picked the stained clothes, Lisa’s books and apparel and set them on fire.
Fled to Tanzania
The man went back to the same shylock on October 26 and gave out the settee and utmost of the ménage particulars. He also hit the road and headed for Tanzania.
He still had Lisa’s mobile phone and on switching it on, he discovered that her mama had tried calling. He switched it off, threw down the sim card and vended the handset before heading to Arusha. He latterly decided to return to Kenya but on the way, he was nabbed by Tanzanian Immigration officers, taken to court and fined Tsh 700,000 or serve one time in jail for being in the country immorally.
He’d spend the coming seven months in jail.
On June 3, he was released from captivity and attended to the Namanga border. He boarded a machine and headed to Athi River, where he spent a night at a friend’s place.
The following day he travelled to Nairobi and back to Kimbo where he was staying with Lisa.
The police attacked on him and he confessed to the crime. Meanwhile, police in Ruiru set up the incompletely burnt body and took it to City Mortuary. It was latterly disposed as unclaimed body.
In court, the police sought an order to disinter the body, which was buried in Lang’ata, to complete the mystification.
Courtesy Nation Africa