A suicide note that was found on late police woman Caroline Kangogo had detailed how she had problems with her estranged husband. Kangogo had said that since she knew her husband, she had never found peace in her life.
“Since I met you, my husband, I have never known peace due to your mistreatments. Always chasing after women tortured me physically, mentally and the likes of Peter Ndigwa. Since everything happened please take good care of our kids and don’t neglect them – as your first wife. Please don’t take advantage of love…current divorce,” she said in the suicide note.
She had also narrated how she had been intending to kill him. At some point, Kangogo said that she had traveled to Mombasa with the intention of killing him. This was after she sent the man a message telling him that he was next in the line of men she had planned to kill.
“Divorce pushed me to be inhuman. From Tuesday, I was in Mombasa and always saw you being picked and dropped. I wanted to kill you but I sympathised with my kids. I forgave you. I hope you do the same,” she said.
Now, her estranged husband who has been identified as Richard Ng’eno, has spoken following the death by suicide of Kangogo. Ng’eno, who is the scroll commandant in charge of Marine Unit at the Kenya Coast Guard, said that the death of Kangogo had shocked their two kids who are now aged 8 and 11 years. “The kids are safe but they are devastated. Let us allow them to go through their mourning peacefully, please,” he said. Ng’eno further added that he was travelling to Bomet to process all that had happened. Caroline Kangogo Husband Name.