The Pope’s pregnant secretary discovered dead in her flat

The Pope's seven-months pregnant secretary, 34-year-old Miriam Wuolou was discovered dead in her flat on the edges of Rome. She had allegedly worked at Pope Francis' home and a ministers' guesthouse called Santa Marta for quite a long time. Wuolou is from Eritrean descent The Italian press reports she functioned as a sort of guardian for the Pontiff, and in addition for the clerics and cardinals who stay there. Ms Wuolou had a genuine sort of diabetes which had driven specialists to caution her that her pregnancy was at danger. Police are examining the matter as an instance of disregard and have met her family individuals, including her ex whom she is isolated from, and latest sweetheart, thought to be a policeman in the Vatican, as indicated by Rome-based daily paper il Messaggero. Her sibling was the one who found the body on Friday after he had not got notification from her for a few days. The post-mortem examination has been done, and DNA tests are to be done on the baby. The principal outer examination of the cadaver hinted at no viciousness.

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