A courtroom in Eldoret was packed with friends and relatives of slain Moi University medical student Ivy Wangeci.
Kinuthia was was presented before the court where the Senior Resident Magistrate Nichodemus Moseti allowed police to hold him for 14 days.
This is to facilitate the completion of investigations into the cold blooded killing of Ivy Wangeci
Naftali’s lawyer Mbiu Kamau told the court that they also needed time to have him treated for injuries he sustained after being attacked by mobs during the incident.
“Your honour, he is complaining of headache and chest pains and he needs to be treated before he can be charged,” said Kamau.
In one Instagram post, dated a month a go, Naftali writes:
“Because brothers don’t let each other wander in the dark alone.”
“I would rather risk wearing out than rusting out.”
On his Facebook page, Naftali says he went to Nyandarua High School and on his relationship status, he points out that he is