Police in Nakuru town are still investigating what could be the possible reason for the glue some murder by doctor James Gakara.
Doctor Gakara is held as the main suspect in the death of his two children aged 5 years and 3 years.
It is alleged that the doctor could have injected the children with poison since there was no physical injury. However the postmortem examination which will be carried today will reveal the possible cause of death.
According to all Africa.com news, a thorough search in the house by the police led to the discovery of a well sharpened knife in the children's bedroom and used syringes with assorted drugs.
According to the police boss the knife would have been used to execute the murder in case the children would not die from the poison.
It was further revealed that the doctor had an argument with his wife over her need to go abroad for further studies and this could have triggered the foul murder.
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