Kenyans are still in shock after former TV queen Esther Arunga confessed that her husband Quincy Timberlake killed their son Sinclair.
Sinclair died as a result of severe blunt force.
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Arunga told an Australian court that she had gone to the bathroom on the night of June 17, 2014, only to come out and find Quincy hitting Sinclair in the stomach.
She said, her pastor, co-founder of Finger of God kept saying
there’s a devil in Sinclair’s stomach, I have to get it out.
The 38-year-old lawyer had lied to paramedics that Sinclair had fallen down the stairs.
Arunga is set to be sentenced on Thursday.
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Arunga’s matter has ignited mixed reactions among Kenyans back home and comments include;
Wahome Thuku I FIRST met Esther Arunga in a lift at the Standard/KTN offices on I&M building. Her attention fell on a book law book I was carrying and we started a conversation on this career. I can recall if she had been admitted to the bar yet but eventually she was. We were talking friends and colleagues. And even when she left the Group, joined some sect, through to the time she and her husband and associates were taken to court. I covered her court cases. When she left the country, we continued communicating because I seemed to be the only one who believed she was actually back in Australia. Even her close friends spread the propaganda that she was hiding in Kayole.
Esther is brilliant. Very focused. Or at least she was.
I am happy to hear she has confessed to the offence of being an accessory. It’s time she closes that chapter regardless of what the court will decide. She did not kill the son, she only concealed information about the death. I hope and pray that life will give her another chance.
Fiddie Njeri My heart aches for this family and for Esther’s parents. So sad! May justice prevail and may God rest the soul of that innocent child in peace.
Ken Atulo I feel sad for Esther,she had a great career,she made wrong choice
Irene Ayuma A beautiful soul yet to face life imprisonment all in the name of love
Mwika Wa Ka-yes I pray for her that may God of heaven remember her this Thursday, to give her favorable judgment, even if it’s her deportation. Like God Jehovah remembered Samson, may He remember just one right/good thing she ever did in her life for Him. God have mercy as per Ezekiel 22:30
Boniface Biego May the Lord of second chance give her her portion of another opportunity to live one more time.
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