On Tuesday, family, friends and colleagues of late lawyer Paul Gicheru held a requiem mass at Regina Caeli Catholic Church in Karen, Nairobi. The mass came in a middle of alleged family conflict as Gicheru's mother missed the ceremony. However, Paul Gicheru's wife has downplayed the family conflict as she mourned her husband whom she said she had spent 23 years with. Gicheru's 3 sons Allan, Alex and Alvin were also present at the mass.
Lawyer Paul Gicheru was discovered dead on September 26th at his Karen home which prompted investigation into the cause of his sudden death. Reports indicate that Gicheru's son, Allan went upstairs at their house and stumbled on his father who was unresponsive.
Since the autopsy was done, it is emerging that the homicide detectives handling the investigation surrounding Paul Gicheru's sudden death had temporarily stopped the probe. The detectives reportedly told a local daily that they could not proceed with the probe as they were still waiting for the family to agree on the way forward.
Further details have emerged disclosing the terminal disease Gicheru was reportedly suffering from. It is reported that lawyer Paul Gicheru was diabetic and that he was on medication. But it is said that Gicheru kept a low profile concerning the illness.
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