Lawrence Warunge is a 22-years old Kenyan, who murdered his entire family on Januray 2, 2021. Warunge told his girlfriend that he wanted to do something that will make him live peacefully but she has no idea that thing would be a massacre.
In his confessions, Lawrence revealed that he aborted the murder two times and during his third attempt, the plan was successfully executed. He was inspired by the British dark comedy-drama, Killing Eve. The murder weapons were recovered a few days later.
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Warunge has been in the news since he murdered 5 people on January 2, 2021, in Kiambu, Kenya.
Lawrence Warunge’s age is 22 years. The exact date of birth of Lawrence has not been revealed yet.
He was born and raised in Kiambu, Kenya. Lawrence’s nationality is Kenyan and his ethnicity is Afro.
On January 2, Lawrence Warunge murdered his parents, two younger siblings and a farmhand. He confessed to planning the murder for almost three months. Lawrence Warunge was arrested after 3 days of manhunt.
Warunge’s alibi was supposed to be his girlfriend after he murdered his family. But it didn’t go as plan because he failed to use carbon monoxide on her and to couldn’t convince her to drink.
Lawrence Warunge confessed that he murdered his family because he felt neglected by his parents. The murder was his third attempt as he failed the last two times, reports The Star.
He confessed to being inspired by BBC series Killing Eve, a British spy thriller series, reports Heavy.
Warunge practiced the act of camouflage and watched several murder movies before committing the crime so that he could safely get away with the crimes.
The details about the Kiambu murder and Lawrence Warunge’s bio can be read in several news articles.
Lawrence Warunge studied at the Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, where he was considered a bright student. He was an IT student.