Caroline Kangogo, the alleged killer police officer who died few days ago remains a hot topic on every kenyan's lips at the moment thanks to the dramatic nature of the case that surrounded her for the last few weeks of her life.
Kangogo was found murdered inside his family's bathroom with a gun glued to her hands. The known cause of death up to now remains to be suicide even though a postmortem examination is yet to be done to put these rumors to test.
And now, Caroline Kangogo's family has come out to turn the heat on the government several days after the death of their daughter who was linked to two high profile murders.
As Citizen TV reports, the family has now come out to accuse the government of playing a child's game over the body of their daughter because a postmortem exam is yet to be done.
They accuse authorities over the delay and are now demanding that they be given her body so that her burial can take place.
"Caroline Kangogo’s parents protest postmortem delay by police Family accuse police of foul play, after the postmortem exercise failed," the report indicates.
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