John Ogweno who was allegedly shot by Caroline Kangogo two weeks ago was buried yesterday. He had the title constable, and he had worked at Londiani and Nyagacho Stations in Kericho County before being switched to Nakuru Central post.
According to the Standard, the 30-year-old completed his studies at the University of Nairobi whereby he pursued a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and Statistics at the University of Nairobi between 2010 and 2014.
Ogweno was the alumnus of Chuka Boys’ High School in 2008. He was a brilliant student as he achieved a B+(Plus) in the 2008 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examination.
The family revealed that their son wanted a more intriguing and encompassing job. When the opportunity arose they enrolled him into the National Police Service in 2015.
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