Caroline Kangogo, a fugitive police officer who is accused of killing two men, allegedly contacted one of the victim's wife on multiple occasions, the most recent being three days before he was found murdered.
Constable John Ogweno's wife Juliet Ogweno narrated that Kagongo had wanted her to bring their children to Nakuru from Homa Bay County to see their father.
Ms Ogweno disclosed that Kagongo had assured her that her husband would attend the children's graduation which was slated for Saturday, July 9.
"On Thursday, she called me and confirmed to me that John had arrived in Kericho and had gone to work.
"She called me yet again on Saturday and told me that John would come to the kid's graduation which would be on Saturday," she stated.
The mother of two did not suspect any ongoing relationship between the two. However, she became alarmed when the children became part of the conversation.
"I took everything lightly. Every time she would call me she would ask how the kids were doing. She would say that she wanted John to come to pick the kids for some hangouts.
"I didn't want to lengthen the conversation so every time she asked I would tell her that the father had a right to be with the children if he wanted to."
His family mourned the deceased as a quiet man who disliked arguments.
Kagongo's parents have since requested her to surrender to the authorities and highlight her role in the murder of the two men.
They urged her not to harm any more people.
The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) has warned members of the public that the suspect is armed and dangerous.
"Men should be on the lookout for the rogue officer, who is luring men to her trap before executing them in cold blood. Let nobody trust her since she is armed and dangerous," DCI cautioned.
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