The family of the police Caroline Kangogo Has revealed that she will get a decent burial after tuesday's postmortem. The family has also revealed that they will not be guided by the allegations that she killed herself.
It has been confirmed that the Chief government pathologist Dr Johansen Oduor will conduct an autopsy on Tuesday 27th at Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital. After this the family of the late will unveil a fresh burial date.
According to the family, it was reported that dozen of cows had been slaughtered and over Ksh 400, 000 had been used on Saturday 24th for her burial at Nyawa village in Elgeyo Marakwet.
“We have agreed to have the postmortem n Tuesday and then we can plan for her burial," her brother Mark Kangogo revealed. He also described His sister as social, outgoing and who was loved by the family.
“We loved her as a family member and all that has happened is quite unfortunate. We cannot explain because she is dead. All we will do is to give her a decent burial," Mark said.
Some experts also claimed that she may have been killed based on lack of blood spatter, Her relaxed position and the fact that the gun was still in Her hand.
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