According to the pathologist the results are inconclusive and it is yet to be established what killed the now famous doctor and his two kids.
"We have obtained important organs that will aid in a more comprehensive report to determine what they ingested or injected", he said.
At the scene was the family's spokes person who also disclosed that two of the doctor's sisters were at the hospital following the sad news of his death.
Gakara is accused of killing his two children aged 5 and 3 respectively after he injected them with a substance yet to be established.
In previously postmortem conducted on the kids body it still remains unclear as to what killed tbe two though more results are expected in a few days time.
The government pathologist has however givea go ahead to the three burial ceremony saying they already have what they need to determine cause of death.
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