Four police officers from Kakamega have been arrested over the mysterious death of a man who has been identified as Raymond Mulanda who is reported to have been found dead in one of the police stations in Kakamega.
According to the reports given by the family of the deceased, they claimed that the deceased was found dead in the police station a day after he was arrested. Revealing what happened, the mother of the deceased claimed that the deceased had gone to take a Covid-19 jab in one of the hospitals after which he decided to perk his motorcycle in the hospital parking space.
However, she went ahead and claimed that police officers took the man's motorcycle for unknown reasons after which they allegedly took it with them to the police station forcing them man to go to the police station for more investigation and questioning over the same incident.
This was followed by a dramatic scene after the family of the deceased were called by the police officers who claimed that the deceased was dead. In their own words, the mother of the deceased claiming that he was not sick claiming that he had been killed.
However, according to the latest reports given by the government Pathologist, it has been revealed that unlike what the police officers claimed that the deceased died after jumping out of a moving vehicle, the government Pathologist has revealed that the deceased was beaten to death by unknown people in his cell.
According to the reports given by the government Pathologist to they claimed that their postmortem results suggested that the deceased died after being h several times by a blunt object which allegedly hit his brain making him brain dead after which he died later due to his injuries.
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