Strathmore Lecturer posts surprise Facebook message after being accused of killing his wife
The couple had a 7-week baby
Dr. Fredrick Onyango Ogola has shared two memories with his wife where he has claimed innocence in her tragic death.
On Wednesday, at around midnight, Ogola posted, "To my friends on FB, what happened was too painful that I have been unable to believe and that’s why I didn’t update you, my lovely wife left me and went to the lord. It’s so hurting in as much as it is hard to express. Rip my love".
The message was shared over 150 times with numerous comments as concerned users to know the story surrounding his wife's death.
He would once again, share a photo with his wife, Margaret Gobi Mwachongo, with the caption - "memories that I now miss, really painful".
The couple had a 7-week old baby.
The university don was was on Wednesday morning arraigned at the Kibera Law courts but did not take plea as police applied to be allowed to detain him for ten more days, to enable them complete their investigations.
It remains unclear how he has been able to access the internet and post the message while still in the police cells.
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