More details emerge on the murder of Lilian Waithera, The NHIF whistleblower.
More details emerge on the murder of Lilian Waithera, The NHIF whistleblower; this were the events that were recorded in a cctv camera.
The footage that was obtained by Ntv, indicates that the late Lilian walking alongside her colleague Damaris Achieng’ on a pavement next to a bank situated along the street at around 5:12 pm.
The two crosses the road to the other side of Kaunda Street whereby Three seconds after 5:13 pm, Lilian who was wearing a black sweater, is coming to a stand still and moving backwards as she looks down.
The colleague, who was also walking on her right-hand side, also becomes shocked by her friend’s movements and helps her move to the next pedestrian walk path. This happens 10 seconds past 5:13 pm.
In a space between two parked cars, the two( Lilian and her colleague) get to the pedestrian lane where Lilian then collapsed. However, the cctv indicates that there’s no commotion around the area, meaning no one heard the gun shot.
Speaking to ntv, a shopkeeper in the area stated that they only knew someone was shot after the lady came running to the shop, asking if they could call an ambulance immediately.
The ambulance arrived at around 5:30pm and took 11 minutes at the scene, trying to conduct first aid.
The shop attendant narrated,”A lady came to our door and said that someone had been shot and that we should call an ambulance for her. We all panicked and ran outside to see what happened.”
“Her face was facing downwards and the paramedics then came and tried to resuscitate her. That was the time we saw blood and it was not on her clothes. She was bleeding from her nose and mouth and we wondered what happened,” the shop attendant added.