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Cold-Blooded Murder: How a Woman Planned and Executed Her Husband's Demise in Murang'a

In a shocking and tragic incident that unfolded on June 19, 2011, Kimani Ikua of Murang'a County met his untimely end at the hands of his own wife, Margaret Wangui Kimani. Little did he know that returning home that night would be his final act.

The events of that fateful night began innocently enough. Ikua arrived home from Ndakaini Trading Centre, where his wife served him supper in the living room before they retired to bed. But within moments, tragedy struck. Ikua was found lying on his belly with a fatal wound to the back of his head, engulfed in flames.
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The couple's daughter woke up to the horrifying scene and alerted her younger siblings. Meanwhile, their mother, the convict, was screaming in distress. A concerned neighbor, who had been informed by Wangui herself, rushed to the scene and discovered Ikua's charred body, along with a bleeding wound on his head.

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Investigations revealed a sinister plot. The convict confessed to arranging with Henry Muturi Mwangi, her co-accused, to kill her husband in exchange for a fee of Ksh 100,000. Wangui admitted that on the night of the crime, she had heard Ikua crying in the living room, and when she went to investigate, she found him lying down while Muturi held a metal bar.

Wangui and Muturi were arrested, and the subsequent trial brought to light the gruesome details of the murder. A doctor who conducted the post-mortem examination determined that Ikua had died from multiple traumatic injuries to his head, neck, and abdomen, resulting in cardio-respiratory arrest.

Considering the evidence presented by eight witnesses, the trial court found Wangui guilty of a cold, premeditated murder. On October 4, 2016, she was sentenced to death. However, Wangui appealed against the sentence, arguing that it was unduly harsh for a first-time offender who had already spent 10 years in prison.

The Court of Appeal examined the case and acknowledged the trial judge's consideration of the appellant's mitigation statements. These statements highlighted Wangui's role as the sole surviving parent to her children, her prolonged period of imprisonment preceding the trial, and the fact that Ikua was brutally murdered in their family home, with their traumatized children as witnesses.

While upholding the guilt of Wangui, the Court of Appeal substituted her death sentence with a 35-year prison term, starting from July 12, 2011 - the date of her initial court charge.

This case serves as a chilling reminder of the depths to which human depravity can sink, and the devastating consequences it can have on innocent lives. The justice system, together with the relentless pursuit of truth, seeks to bring closure and serve as a deterrent against such heinous acts.

Tittle: A Cold-Blooded Betrayal: Unveiling the Diabolical Scheme behind a Husband's Murder

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