The funeral of lawyer Paul Gicheru is ongoing and there is still a big dilemma surrounding his death. Gicheru died a few days ago at his Karen home after the family found him in his room. His family held a requiem mass for the late lawyer on Tuesday at Karen where friends and relatives attended.
His mother however missed the event for reasons that have not been revealed. In a video shared by Citizen TV on Twitter, Gicheru's wife emotionally praised her husband as a caring, loving and protective man. She said that as he was dying he held her hand and said that nothing would ever separate them.
Gicheru became popular when he was linked to the interference of witnesses against president William Ruto in the ICC. Gicheru became a key suspect and his case was still pending. Investigations are still ongoing to find out what led to the death of the lawyer. Gicheru is set to be buried on Thursday next week. Follow the page for more news updates daily.
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