Female cop Caroline Chemutai Kangongo, an officer that was attached at the Nakuru Central Police Station, has hit the headlines lately after she was accused of murdering two men in under 24 hours. Detectives have laid a dragnet for the killer cop who is still at large.
Kangongo is believed to be behind the murder of her colleague Police Constable John Ogweno and Peter Ndwiga. Constable Ogweno was found murdered in his vehicle at the Nakuru Central Police Station while Ndwiga’s body was found in a Juja hotel room that he and checked in with Caroline Kangongo.
Details have now emerged on the 34-year -old female police officer. Corporal Kangogo was born in Iten, Elegeyo Marakwet County in 1987. She joined St Alphonsus Mutei Girls Secondary School and cleared in 2006 scoring a C (minus) in her Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) exams.
On 14th, August 2008, Corporal Kangogo joined Kenya Police College-Kiganjo in Nyeri County for one year. She has since worked in various stations across the country including Mombasa, Kaloleni, Kenya police college, and now in Nakuru.
Corporal Kangogo was deployed in Nakuru County in 2015 and is blessed with two kids. She’s never had an indiscipline case before according to Beatrice Kiraguri, Nakuru County Police Commander.
The police commander, during an interview with the media, beseeched Kangogo to turn her self in and allow the law to takes its course. Kangogo’s distraught parents have also called on her to surrender herself to the authorities. Speaking to a local TV station, they begged the victims families to forgive their daughter.