Wednesday, December 22, 2021 – Zachary Mumbo Mosoti, an associate professor of Management and Human Resource Development at the United States International University (USIU), was found dead at his tiny bedsitter in Kipawa area of Kamulu on the night of December 10.
His half-naked body that had no physical injuries was discovered by his helper and besides him were five blue tablets, an insulin pen and a carrier bag containing a woman’s bra and underwear.
The shirt he was wearing that day had been soaked in water in a handwashing sink.
An initial report filed at Kamulu police station indicates his cause of death as natural but a post-mortem conducted at Kenyatta University Funeral Home shows he was strangled to death.
“ As a result of my examination, I formed the opinion that the cause of death was asphyxia due to neck compression,” a post-mortem report by Dr. Dorothy Njeru stated in part.
Although the professor had two palatial homes in Ruai, he opted to live in a rented bedsitter in Kamulu, following endless domestic wrangles with his two wives.
According to his cousin David Angwenyi, he often talked of lacking peace at home and was even seeking help in kicking the second wife out of his home.
lacked peace at home. He was a professor at USIU. MTOW= FREEDOM Salamu kwake @Yuletapeli . Nimegundua platenshon owner who is also lanye addict @MTINGIZA KITANDA!!! hapendi alpha males tukikula nyama soft bila kusumbua binadamu yeyote
He attained the epitome of his academic pursuits to earn the title of a distinguished professor, but died miserably in a tiny bedsitter in Kipawa area of Kamulu on the night of December 10.
This is the story of Zachary Mumbo Mosoti, an associate professor of Management and Human Resource Development at the United States International University (USIU - Africa), whom unknown persons killed.
His half-naked body was found lying on his bed on December 11 by his helper. It had no visible physical injuries.
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Besides him were five blue tablets, an insulin pen and a carrier bag containing a woman’s bra and underwear. The shirt he was wearing that day had been soaked in water in a handwashing sink. https://nation.africa/resource/image/3660244/landscape_ratio2x1/320/160/54646c89e458001d17afee9d0646e723/fv/mumbo-body.jpg
Nathan Oburu, an advocate, shows where Prof Mosoti’s body was found in a bedsitter in Kipawa area, Kamulu.
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The initial report filed at Kamulu Police Station indicated his cause of death as natural, but a post-mortem conducted at the Kenyatta University Funeral Home on December 17 shows the 59-year-old father of four was strangled to death.
“As a result of my examination, I formed the opinion that the cause of death was asphyxia due to neck compression,” the post-mortem findings recorded by Dr Dorothy Njeru state in part. His family is now urging detectives at Ruai Police Station to speed up investigations into his murder and bring his killers to book.
Questions as to why a distinguished professor would opt to rent out a bedsitter just a few kilometres away from his two homes in Ruai Acacia have now raised eye brows with members of his family suspecting that it may provide clues as to the motive of his murder. https://nation.africa/resource/image/3660238/landscape_ratio2x1/320/160/3455d91329fba55a3c16097e12106af1/jz/mumbo-home.jpg
A house in Acacia area, Ruai, that belonged to Prof Zachary Mumbo Mosoti.
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The professor separated from his first wife, Ms Gladys Mosoti, in 2019, after cohabiting with a woman who later moved in with him at his matrimonial home in Ruai.
“We got married young in 1995 and stayed together for more than 23 years, but I left the house and land that we had bought and stayed in when the woman showed up in our lives. She was the cause of our separation and she moved in immediately after I left the home,” Gladys recalled.
The couple had been living in a bungalow at Ruai Acacia where their two, now adult sons aged 20 and 24 grew up, but later the don built a mansion for his second wife on the same land. The mansion overlooks the first wife’s house, which Gladys no longer occupies, as she now lives in Komarock. Yesterday, Gladys said she has not been in touch with her husband and was not aware that he had rented a bedsitter in Kamulu.
“The caretaker now says that the woman was mistreating my husband who was sickly,” she added.
Mosoti died a day before he could meet his family to discuss his marital issues, his youngest brother Obed Mosoti told the Nation yesterday.
“I’m still in shock; I’ve not accepted that my brother is gone. We were to discuss his marital issues during a family event, but he died the night before,” he said, adding, he was against his brother separating from his first wife, but he insisted on taking in a second wife.
The professor’s family now says there are strong leads, which, if pursued, would lead to the arrests of the persons behind his killing.
The professor’s cousin, Mr David Angwenyi, said he often talked of lacking peace at home and was even seeking help in pushing the second wife out of his home.
“He had not expressed fears for his life but had hinted to me that he had rented this house because he wasn’t getting peace back at this house. He was diabetic, had online classes and needed a quiet place to work in and this was meant to help him achieve that,” Mr Angwenyi said. https://nation.africa/resource/image/3660194/landscape_ratio2x1/320/160/bcab79831da21037bef81825ee66ad62/KH/mumbo-relatives.jpg
Relatives of Zachary Mumbo Mosoti mourn his death.
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The family wants the police to thoroughly investigate the case so that they can get justice.
“How other people came to know of this house is still a mystery to us. The neighbours we spoke to said on that fateful evening he had been in the company of two women. They can tell who they were,” said Mr Angwenyi.
Lawyer Nathan Oburu said the family will be turning to private investigators to establish the facts behind the murder before his burial.
:D:D:D:D:D… MGTOW=FREEDOM… @mikel kindly confirm if the above named person sio wewe.
Imagine a whole profesa amengangana akajenga not one but two homes but the daughter s of Jezebel have tortured the guy, gaslit the guy and subjected the guy to untold misery and suffering Hadi the mathafacka lived in a shit hole bedsitter kama Ile nyangau @PHARMACY just to get some peace , tranquility and have some sense of freedom ,Mimi siwezi kuoa kamwe!!!
Ninja I live at my house huku kitui sorrounded by people , see kukua mtoto wa single mother has damaged you karoga.
I understand unaedaga karura kutafuta babako:D:D:D:D.
My father , grandfather all had a wife and a straight forward family .
Why not me? The wife and kids bring you tea as you ktalk in bed without worry maji unawarmiwa ya kuoga.
Family isn’t about coomer but people . Living like a king in your own castle . Acha ushoga shenzi hii nmekutafutia mwende.[ATTACH=full]405514[/ATTACH]
Mimi nilitosheka i understand very well wanawake ni watu hatari. Saidi ya mmoja ni sawa na kutafuta sumu, one is enough. Hio energy ingine naipeleka grao kila sunday. Sinanga relationship related stress. Ndio nmetokea gym kupiga zoezi kiasi…fitness muhimu kaka Kodiaga.
Hehe huwa nashangaa venye watu wana pressure to have many women…mimi venye niliona naingiza madem boks ovyo ovyo ilifika mahali nika omba God hio spirit iondoke nitosheke na mmoja and focus to achieve goals. I’m very happy na si na regrets.
One woman one trouble
Two women, double trouble.
Why frustrate your wife of 23 years who you built a life and a family together? A lady who stood by you for all those years.
Now see. She left.
The kacungwa he thought would rejuvenate the 59 year old Guka has led to his demise.
Karma is a bitch.
I have a few very well paid pals in their respective places of employment who swear by their next bonuses to move out. Wanasumbuliwa na mambo ya siwage, mambo ya mungich, mambo ya petty thieves, that’s why most keep dogs,mambo ya distance from town etc etc. If you live in such a place and you have a enemy from within, hauna hope, utaenda job, but while there they will be choosing your murderers wisely.