Caroline Kangogo’s Elder brother , Mark Kangogo has finally opened up about his sister’s delayed burial and postponed postmortem services.
While reacting to this incident, Mark Kangogo has called upon the DCIs to come clean and revealed why they care delaying his sister’s burial plans despite the fact that they had given their promise on her burial.
According to the reports given by Mark, he said that it was so unfortunate that the government didn’t consider all the cost of the burial plans and preparations which were made by their family.
Mark revealed that this set back was going to bring another heartache to their family who have spent everything they had while doing the preparations for the burial of the deceased and at the same time, it was making it hard for them to stay out of the public spot.
Due to this reason, Mark Kangogo has now called upon the DCIs to reveal the people behind Caroline’s case to come clean and give them an explanation on what is happening to Caroline’s body due to the fact that this is starting to cause a lot of speculations.
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