According to the report, the family and friends of the late doctor James Gakara and his two children gathered on Monday, 27th September for a requiem held in their honour at Holy Trinity Catholic Church Nakuru.
Reports indicates that the three are going to be buried at their family home in Mbaruk, Gilgil sub-county.
According to the family spokesman Burton Njoroge, the burial ceremony is scheduled to take place on Tuesday, the following day.
However, a postmortem examination result that was released on Friday, 24th September, was unable to establish the exact cause of the sudden demise of the doctor. Initially, it was suspected that he must have injected himself with poison after injecting his two children. Therefore, more intensive investigations are expected in order to produce reliable results.
His mother, wife and children are among those in attendance at the requiem mass held at the Holy Trinity Catholic Church Nakuru. May their departed souls rest in peace.
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