According to a trusted source, it has been revealed that, Brian Olunga, the late bodyguard of politician Brian Khaemba shot dead on August 9th, died from excessive bleeding. This has been determined through a postmortem conducted on Brian Olunga's body by DM Muchana, a government pathologist at Bright Mortuary in Kimilili yesterday.
'We have carried out the postmortem and we have all agreed that the deceased died after bleeding when the bullet hit his right side of the head and stuck in the brain,' said Muchana
Brian Olunga was shot dead by Didmus Barasa last week during the national election day in Kimilili. The incidence is said to have occurred after a slight disagreement between Mp Didmus Barasa and Khaemba at the polling station that promptly led the Member of Parliament to shoot Khaemba's driver, Brian Olunga, on the forehead.
MP Didmus Barasa was presented in Bungoma court of law on August 10th and he is waiting to be prosecuted after the investigation into the said incident is completed.
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