But Kemboi in a separate account denied stabbing her but admitted that he was the one who dropped her home.
He claimed Njeri conspired with two men to rob him.
“The attackers, who she had met when she went to a fast food hotel, called me by name. They ordered me to give them money and a scuffle ensued before one of them attempted to stab me,” said Kemboi.
The assailants, according to Kemboi, missed him and stabbed Njeri before they took off.
Njeri’s father Charles Mweya, who at the time of the incident was at home, said his other daughter Millicent Otieno informed him someone was being beaten at the gate.
“We rushed to the gate and saw a vehicle speeding off. My daughter was lying down writhing in pain,” claimed Otieno.
He said Njeri was unconscious and was bleeding profusely. They rushed her to Mediheal hospital where she is undergoing treatment.
When The Standard visited the scene Thursday, Kemboi’s wallet containing his Identity Card, police job card, Sh1,000 and foreign currencies were still there.