With the murder of Kenyan athlete; Agnes Tirop taking a new twist, the deceased family has made new moves regarding the property initially owned by the athlete and how she would be buried. Ibrahim Rotich, the alleged husband of the athlete has been taken as the prime suspect in the murder. On Monday, Rotich in the company of another man was arraigned in the court having been arrested on his way to Mombasa last week.
The post-mortem was done by the government pathologist — Dorothy Njeru, and indicated that the athlete died due to the stab wounds she had on the neck and the trauma to the head.
Agnes Tirop's family on Tuesday accepted the post-mortem results, and Tirop's father noted that plans are underway for his daughter's send-off. He also noted that Agnes' body would be moved to Eldoret before burial scheduled for saturday.
On Ibrahim Rotich's relatives, Vincent Tirop noted that the family won't resort to traditional reconciliation methods. They also banned Rotich's relatives from attending the funeral of their daughter.
Ibrahim Rotich, also popularly called Emmanuel will be arraigned in Eldoret High Court on 05th November 2021. But before, he will be taken for mental assessment as directed by Iten magistrate— Charles Kutwa.
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