New Details have been shared in connection with death of Edwin Kiprotich Kipruto commonly known as Edwin Chiloba.
According to government pathologist Dr. Johansen Odour, the late fashion model died after he was choked by his killers. He added that his nose and mouth were stuffed with jeans making him difficult to breathe. Moreover, there were also socks in his mouth.
However, Dr Johansen Odour denied Claims that Edwin Chiloba's eyes were gorged out. He stated that the body was decomposing. However, there were no injuries.
Dr Odour has promised that they are still analyzing a sample to find out if Edwin Chiloba was drugged so that he could not resist those who killed him.
Remember, Edwin Chiloba's friend together with his accomplices are the main suspect in his murder. We hope that the Investigations will be done as soon as possible so that those involved in the murder face the law.
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