In black suit, Dr.Phili Munyao while attending the burial of Muli Nduva in Tala(source.C Patterson)
Speaking during the burial of Muli in Tala town Dr.Philip Munyao observed that the post moterm results clearly showed the man did not commit suicide as alleged by the police.
Since the police arrested the man while he was okay but took him to the hospital with serious injuries.
He said the police who arrested Muli have a case to answer and should be arrested immediately.
"Let justice prevail to the family of Nduva Muli just as it is stipulated in our national anthem, Justice be our shield and defender. May God comfort the family of the departed," he said.
"Those who committed this atrocity should be handcuffed and presented in court we can not lose our youths in the hands of those supposed to protect them," he added.
His sentiments were echoed by area member of county assembly Alex Kamitu who condoled with the family.
"IPOA is conducting investigations and Kenyatta hospital released what we call the expert report so those who killed our son will not evade justice," he said.
The deceased died late last month while receiving treatment at Kenyatta national hospital.
Police claimed he had taken acid but the post moterm proved otherwise. The autopsy showed that he died from injuries he sustained on his head.
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