The death of Kenyan prominent lawyer Mr Paul Gicheru that happened earlier this week has sparked mixed reactions among Kenyan social media users and legal experts who are interested in knowing what killed him and what was his health condition before being pronounced dead.
Before his sudden demise, lawyer Paul Gicheru was handling a case in the international criminal court where he was accused of bribing and tampering witnesses so that the case against the client he was representing will be dismissed.
Through Kenyans.co.ke verified facebook page, the government pathologist Dr Dorothy Njeru has done a post mortem on Paul Gicheru's body with an aim of establishing the cause of his dead. The report has not yet been declared publicly since the family has not solved their internal wrangles since some of his sons have not arrived into the country from united kingdom.
They have also hinted that some of the DCI forensic officers collected the following items from the deceased house to be used in investigation and analysis of what could have happened to him. They collected bed sheets, CCTV footages, utensils used by the lawyer and his office Keys.
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