The results of post mortem carried out on the body of Dr James Gakara has been released today, Friday, September 24. The medic had killed his two children before attempting suicide during the past weekend.
Speaking to the press, Dr Titus Ngulungu, the government pathologist, reported that there were traces of drugs found in his remains. He also noted that there was the presence of injections on one of his arms.
“As a result of my examination, I have formed the opinion that the cause of death was a foreign substance suspected to be medicine,” Dr Ngulungu said as quoted by a local media.
Dr Ngulungu further noted that the drug that was found in the body was not immediately established but plans are underway to do so. He also added that they could not tell if he is the one who administered the drug himself or there was another person who did it on his behalf.
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