Shocking Details Emerge About Suspect in Murder of Kenyan Pastor’s Sister

NAIROBI, KENYA – Kenyans are reeling in shock after the brutal murder of Pastor Victor Kanyari’s younger sister, Starlet Wahu. Wahu was allegedly killed by a man identified as John Matara, whose details have now surfaced online, shedding light on his background and potential motives for the crime.

The gruesome discovery of Wahu’s body at an AirBnB in Nairobi’s South B has sent shockwaves through the city, as evidence of a violent struggle and a potential cover-up began to emerge. The presence of HIV testing kits, a used condom, bhang, a bottle of alcohol, and a blood-stained kitchen knife at the scene has only added to the mystery surrounding the crime.

John Matara, the main suspect in Wahu’s murder, has been the subject of increased scrutiny since the incident. With reports of assaults and extortion from his female victims, his alleged history as a reggae artiste, and a song on YouTube, a more complex picture of the suspect has emerged.

Matara, arrested at Mbagathi Hospital alongside his friend Anthony Nyongesa, has been linked to the murder and is currently detained at the Industrial Area Police station. Police are now investigating the motive behind the murder and are considering the possibility that Matara could be a serial killer and an extortionist. Despite his claims, police believe that Matara may have inflicted wounds on himself in an attempt to mislead investigators.

With Matara being held for further probe, three victims have already come forward to record statements with the police, adding weight to the suspicion that this may not be an isolated incident. The 30-year-old suspect was produced in court on January 5, and is being detained for 21 days pending further investigation. The details of his past and the evidence uncovered at the scene are sure to form a crucial part of the ongoing investigation into Starlet Wahu’s tragic murder.