Photo courtesy of the Late Kenyan lawyer Paul Gicheru.
A cloud of mourning filled the kenyan atmosphere after the disturbing news of the unfortunate demise of renowned Kenyan lawyer Paul Gicheru made headlines on distinguished local media stations.
With these saddening news still culminating the atmosphere, details have now emerged on the two pivotal items detectives will conduct a forensic analysis on in a devoted move fostered towards unraveling the route cause of his sudden death.
According to a news bulleting by KTN News, detectives will conduct a forensic analysis on: first; the clothes and secondly; the utensils the late lawyer Paul Gicheru used moments before he collapsed and died.
This huge development comes just a few hours after the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Coalition Party leader Rt Hon Raila Amollo Odinga called upon the United States based Interpol to investigate the circumstances leading to the unfortunate demise of the late lawyer Paul Gicheru.
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