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Bodies of missing children found in thicket

Police in Kiambu have recovered the bodies of the late Paul Magu’s two missing children, Ryan and Allan.

The two bodies were discovered in a forest near  Tatu city in Ruiru by a search team near the bush where their sister’s body was found on Monday.

The bodies of the two boys had acid burns and deep cuts at the back of their heads just like their sister’s.

“The two bodies were a few metres apart and deep into the bushes but we are yet to transfer the bodies to a mortuary,” said Jorum Mdau the children’s maternal uncle.


Mr Magu’s body and that of his wife Lydia had already been recovered and the Police are holding a controversial female pastor in connection with the macabre deaths of the five.

Their paternal uncle, Andrew Muhiu had told Nairobi News on Monday evening that after an hour of trying to confirm the identity of the body they verified it was that of five-year-old Tiffany Muthoni.

The body of the girl was taken to Bishop Okoye Funeral Home in Thika.

The three children were last seen on Tuesday in the company of their late father Paul Magu whose body was found on Wednesday on the Nairobi- Garissa Road, apparently knocked down by a vehicle.