Pictures of Munira Hussein Released by the Police in Henningsdorf

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Pictures of the Kenyan lady that was found dead in her house in Henningsdorf have been released by the Police in Henningsdorf.

The police have identified the lady as Munira Hussein, which is the name on all her documents in her home. Due to the state in which the body was found in, it had to take a few days before an autopsy could be done. The police confirmed that the autopsy was to be done on the body today.

From the police investigations, it was clear that there was no violence involved and no third party was involved. There are no signs of faul play or murder. This is in reply to the rumours that have been circulating that Munira had been hacked to death, fortunately, that is not the case.

It is believed that the body must have lay in the house for a couple of weeks before the neighbours called for the police to break into the house.

Rumours have it that, she:

  •  originally hails from Kikuyu
  • came to Germany from Mtwapa
  • is half Kenyan and half Somali
  • at one time lived in Munich
  • was an asylum seeker

The rumours may be unfounded and may even be  false, but then again they might be true and might help in finding her relatives.

The police are looking for the next of kin before they can make a decision on what to do with her final remains. If any of you know who she is or who her family are, or have her real name or passport number from Kenya please contact the head of consular at the Kenyan Embassy in Berlin, Mr. Wamela:

0302592660 (available Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm) or 0170-5653817 (available 24-7)

MUNIRA HUSSEIN

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