The family says that homicide detectives have not yet visited Kangogo's home as part of their investigation into the suicide incident in order to give the family a go ahead to bury their daughter.
However, the family says that they have received a go ahead to bury the former police officer Caroline Jemutai from police officers. This is despite the many lingering questions that are surrounding Kangogo's death.
DCI homicide detectives were expected to visit the home and carry out their investigation surrounding the death of Kangogo since she was wanted and had two pending murder incidents in which she was the prime suspect.
According to a report shared by the Nation, late Kangogo's father, Barnabas Kibor, has confirmed that they have not received any report from the DCI despite the police officers giving them permission to bury Kangogo.
Details reveals that the family is more confused since the police commander in Elgeyo Marakwet Patrick Lumumba said that the case was under the Directorate of Criminal Investigation.
The spokesperson to the family of late Kangogo identified as Mr Robert Kipkorir confirmed that the plans to bury Kangogo are still on and she will be laid to rest on Saturday.
Robert Kipkorir added that the family will be conducting a funds drive today, Wednesday, to help raise funds. The funds will help the family meet the funeral expenses.
Mr Robert Kipkorir also confirmed that Kangogo will be buried in a Christian way on Saturday. He added that they did not see any of the alleged text messages said to be suicide notes and they will proceed with the burial as planned.
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