Kangethe Killed Margaret “Maggie” Mbitu For Nothing!

Missing Nurse Found Slain in Car in Boston Airport Garage

Story by Dan Ladden-Hall • 28m

A nurse who had been reported missing earlier this week was found dead in a car in a parking garage at Boston Logan International Airport, authorities said Thursday, adding that her suspected killer had boarded a flight and headed to Kenya.

The family of Margaret “Maggie” Mbitu, 31, of Whitman, Massachusetts, reported her missing on Monday. State Police troopers stationed at the airport then discovered her body in the vehicle at around 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday night. “Evidence indicates that she was the victim of a homicide,” Massachusetts State Police (MSP) said in a news release.

According to sources cited by CBS News Boston, Mbitu had been stabbed and was found in the passenger seat of the car. The outlet identified Kevin Kangethe, 40, as Mbitu’s partner.

Authorities have not publicly commented on the suspected cause of her death, but they have obtained an arrest warrant for Kangethe charging him with Mbitu’s homicide. The investigation determined Kangethe, of Lowell, Massachusetts, had boarded a flight and traveled to Kenya. The MSP said Mbitu and Kangethe “knew each other” and “the homicide was not a random act.”

The arrest warrant information indicates that the suspect and Mbitu were dating, according to WCVB, and that investigators saw large slash wounds on her neck and face as well as a puncture wound in the side of her body. There was a “large amount of blood inside the vehicle,” the warrant application says. The document also states that Kangethe bought airline tickets to Kenya early on Tuesday—the day before Mbitu’s body was found.

Mbitu was last seen leaving her job in Halifax on Monday night. She worked for BAMSI—a Brockton-based nonprofit that works with people with mental and behavioral health challenges as well as developmental disabilities. Ulea Lago, a spokeswoman for the company, told the Boston Herald that Mbitu had worked for the agency for over seven years as a per diem nurse in some of the organization’s homes. Mbitu’s mother also works for BAMSI, Lago said.

On Wednesday, the nonprofit shared a missing person poster online saying Mbitu was last spotted at 11 p.m. on Monday and had been driving a white Toyota Venza. “Your assistance could make all the difference,” BAMSI captioned the post. “Praying for safe return.”

The following day, after Mbitu’s body was found, the organization said its community is “heartbroken by the tragic murder.”

“She was warm, caring, and loved by everyone she worked with, both staff and the people she cared for in our group homes,” the Facebook statement read. “As an agency, we are in mourning over the loss of such an amazing young [woman].”

The MSP said its detectives are now working with authorities in Kenya to find Kangethe. The United States has an extradition treaty with the East African country, meaning that it’s possible he will be brought back to America to face charges if he’s caught.

George Kamau, Mbitu’s cousin, told WCVB she was a loving person who always tried to help others. “We want justice for Maggie,” he added, “And we will not rest until that is done.”

RIP. Folks need to learn to walk away if it ain’t working. Na huyu marehemu angefurahisha rexx … If umerudi juu na ku zoom picha, shame on you

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When you in a foreign country I don’t see why you should commit murder just plan hfead to the next flight and ingia the nearest msitu. The way Kenya raises her ass murica wakitaka kitu am sure by now the cops here are tracking him, he’ll soon be in jail huko.


International manhunt launched after missing woman found dead at Boston airport

“At approximately 6:30 PM Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2023, Massachusetts State Troopers assigned to the Logan Airport Barracks located a vehicle occupied by a deceased adult female in the Central Parking garage at Logan Airport,” authorities said in their statement to the press. “A subsequent investigation by the State Police Detective Unit for Suffolk County and State Police Troop F Detectives confirmed that the victim was the missing Whitman woman, Margaret Mbitu, 31. Evidence indicates that she was the victim of a homicide.”

According to the Suffolk County District Attorney's Office, the suspect can be seen in surveillance footage at Logan International Airport in Boston on Nov. 1, 2023.

According to the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office, the suspect can be seen in surveillance footage at Logan International Airport in Boston on Nov. 1, 2023.© Suffolk County District Attorneys Office

Officials believe Kangethe is now in Kenya and Massachusetts State Police Detectives have obtained an arrest warrant and say that they are working with Kenyan authorities to locate him.

“We urge this suspect to turn himself in to authorities before he or anyone else gets hurt,” Suffolk County District Attorney Kevin Hayden said in a statement on Friday. “We are making every effort possible to apprehend him and to begin the process of seeking justice for Margaret Mbitu and those mourning her tragic death.”

There is no threat to the public or to Logan Airport travelers and no further information is being released at this time to protect the integrity of the ongoing investigation, police said.

Si they have said the @Kanguthi climbed a plane to Kenya ? By now he is selling his buttocks to Italians at bamburi pale Mombasa.

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He’ll be caught, the idiot. He should just’ve killed himself, because now his life is basically over.

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Not if he moves to a third country

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Watch this space. It’s hard to kill people in Bidenstan and vanish for good. See how much they already know about him, you can be sure police in the neighbouring countries know about him by now. Utasikia tu.

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Knowing how corrupt Africans are, the guy can enjoy soft meat in lumbumbashi pole pole if he has money

You’re right. But that’s exactly the weakness–he’ll have to spend money, and spending will get him caught.

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What happened to felicien kabuga? Joseph kony? Are they even alive? Mind you these are public figures. If the guy has half a brain he can easily blend into a community pale tororo

That’s very different, he has no army or political backing. He’s a nobody, you don’t kill people and get protected if you’re a nobody. Wale wapumbavu na makahaba unakula na kunywa nao ndio hukupeana tu. Hata akijificha mpe 3-5 years na atapatikana.


Tena huyu mtu ni fala, he won’t go far. Unadunga gf wako kisu, halafu unamwacha ndani ya gari, parking ya airport, then unachukua ndege hapo, ati ya kwenda kwenu! Unajipeana tu. Huo ni ujanja kweli? JKIA kuna cctv kila mahali. Watamuona ile time alishuka kwenye ndege, hata wataona ni nani alimchukua from there. Kama ni uber au a friend alimpick wataona, watapata namba, na watajua alipelekwa wapi.
Ni mtu mjinga sana.


The fact is…they don’t really care about the victim…

simping is bad… You are in fucking USA, you qualify to eat any hot thing in Kenya but you kill a post wall chieth. cc @TrumanCapote @KuwaitBabe


Kenyan Accused of Killing Girlfriend at US Airport Arrested at Nairobi Club

A Kenyan man who is accused of murdering his girlfriend at an airport in the United States in November last year has been arrested.

Reports indicate that the 40-year-old was arrested on Monday night at a club in Westlands by police following a tip-off from the public.

The suspect is currently detained at Gigiri Police Station as investigations continue to unravel the events that occurred on November 7, 2023.

He is accused of murdering Margaret Mbitu, a Kenyan nurse, who was found slain in her car at the parking lot of Boston Logan Airport.

A photo of the missing person’s notice filed for Margaret Mbitu.


At the time, detectives from Massachusetts State Police revealed that the suspect flew to Nairobi after committing the crime.

The US police obtained an arrest warrant for the 40-year-old and appealed to Kenyan authorities to locate and extradite him.

The man, who has been on the run for three months, was placed on the Interpol Red Notice.

A red notice is a request to all law enforcement officers globally to locate and provisionally arrest a person pending extradition, surrender or any legal action.

Following his arrest, police officers privy to the matter revealed to the press that they were waiting for assistance from the US police to help in establishing the profile of the man in custody.

If the suspect is positively identified, the Kenyan authorities will commence the extradition process.

In November last year, US police established that the car found in the US parking lot belonged to the suspect.

Further, Mbitu’s body had visible knife wounds on the neck, face and chest area. Following the incident, the police released photos of the suspect to the public with the view of getting citizens to help authorities find him.

Meanwhile, Mbitu’s family called on police to expedite investigations for justice to be served. The victim’s mother, at the time, revealed that her daughter was set to break up with the suspect before the incident occurred.

… Kenyans wanachoma bana. What’s happening?


Should have just walked away. A 40 year old man should have emotional control to handle a breakup or being dumped. But sasa ni life sentence.


We said he wasn’t sharp. See the result.


Kevin Kinyanjui Kang’ethe is reported to have stabbed his girlfriend Margaret Mbitu before dumping her body inside a car and boarding an airplane to Kenya.

The deceased’s mother, Rose Mbitu told Boston News that her daughter was in the process of breaking things off with Kang’ethe.