The death of the late Paul Gicheru has left thousands of people, including detectives, with several questions. Lawyer Paul Gicheru was found dead in his bed at his residence. Also, his son, Allan, is currently admitted to hospital after collapsing.
According to the source, Lawyer Paul Gicheru's employees have finally revealed what their boss was doing on the upper floor on Monday before he was found dead. As per the latest report shared by a well-known source, employees revealed that the late Paul Gicheru spent the whole day drinking wine. Further, it has emerged that he spent most of the time in his bedroom. I quote some statements from the source, " his wife and father-in-law were there, but he spent the day in his bedroom and only came down once," one of the employees revealed. Furthermore, police officers are still conducting investigations to determine what caused the death of the ICC witness, Paul Gicheru.
His son, Allan, is still in the hospital after being admitted on Monday.
May his soul continue to rest in peace.
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