Burial of lawyer Paul Gicheru, one of the people accused of interfering with witnesses in the ICC cases involving President William Ruto and journalist Joshua Arap Sang, is underway at Kwa Nguku village - Bahati, Nakuru County.
The body of Lawyer Paul Gicheru arrived at Kwa Nguku village in Nakuru for burial service. Gicheru was found unconscious in his bedroom on the evening of September 26 and declared dead by medics who were called in to resuscitate him.
An autopsy on his body was conducted on Friday with the outcome of that exercise still remaining a puzzle.
Gicheru had been accused by ICC prosecutors of running a witness tampering scheme that influenced the outcome of the failed case against President William Ruto that emanated from the 2007-2008 post-election violence in Kenya.
Family, friends and colleagues of lawyer Paul Gicheru have eulogized him as a loving family man and dedicated friend and lawyer. They spoke during a requiem mass held at the Regina Caeli catholic church in Karen.
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