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Kenyan police officer also known as the singing cop, Sammy Ondimu Ngare, has taken to social media to mourn the death of Constable Robina Moraa after she was found murdered.

Moraa’s body was found in a pool of blood in her house in Eldoret.

Taking to social media Ondimu wrote

RIP My colleague Robina Moraa. But why kill someone jameni?

Moraa lived in Jamboni Estate, Eldoret town.

Police suspect that Robina Moraa was stabbed by his boyfriend who is now being sought over the killing.

Uasin Gishu Police Commander Johnstone Ipara says the office had stabbed wounds on the chest and stomach and that her body was found in a pool of blood.

He said Moraa who worked in Eldoret East division was last seen yesterday in the company of the boyfriend only for her body to be found early.

The body has been taken to the Moi Referral Hospital mortuary.
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Below are her photos.

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Moraa in an old photo

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Below are some of the reactions to her death.

Balozi Kevin Ombati: Poleni sana. This generation has a lot of problems in handling relationship matters. Where did proper parenting go? May God comfort the family and friends.

Matildah Nyarangi: Gaki Robina nkware goku bwango igo. Sad to learn about this sad state of affairs….. death has robbed a firstborn daughter and the family hope. RIP..

Henry Odemba: So sad, what reason? Hope not love and relationship issues.

Anne Shiru: I have very bad memories of Eldoret. When I hear that word I get goosebumps.

Brian Makindu: Maybe for the safety of the cops they need to move back to staying at the police line. While it was a good idea to have them live amongst the civilian population as a means of strengthening security.

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