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The Dangerous Disease That Might Have Silently Killed Lawyer Paul Gicheru

Allan supposedly went upstairs three hours later and found his dad relaxing on the couch right outside his room. Due to his diabetes, Gicheru required insulin injections. His relatives told the police that he kept a low profile and frequently participated in international online chats.

Allan decided to phone his mother, Ruth Nyambura after Gicheru showed no signs of waking up. After hearing her cry for help, the locals quickly arrived to help her. Despite the rapid response of the emergency medical team from Karen Hospital, he was pronounced dead when they arrived at the house.

He was laying on his back when I found him; there was no blood or saliva on any of his wounds. They entered the bedroom to find Allan fast asleep. He remained in stable condition as of Wednesday.

The officers were watching the family from a distance, hoping to see whether they would take any action. Deputy: "We need to speak with some of the family members who are now out of town to determine our next course of action." A cause of death for Gicheru has not been determined, according to the attorney representing the family, John Khaminwa.

After hours of trying, Gicheru gave up. Something was wrong with his demeanor. Currently, he was under intense pressure. There is no evidence on social media that he has eaten or engaged in any such activity.


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Allan Gicheru Karen Hospital Paul Ruth Nyambura


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