Postmoterm results of Abubakar Muli Nduva, a middle aged man who died after being arrested by the police in Kangundo have exposed the pain he went through before dying.
According to a report by Mauvoo news, the postmoterm examination results shared by his brother Asman Kavoi Nduva showed that he died following serious injuries on his private parts and head.
Muli Nduva was picked up by police on Thursday evening, only for his body to be discovered at the City Mortuary the following day.
The police said that Muli died after ingesting acid while in custody. They added that he was rushed to Kangundo Level 4 hospital and was reffered to KNH where he died while receiving treatment.
He had been arrested at a bar while drinking with his friend after allegedly threatening to kill his ex lover identified as Jacinta.
Independent Police Oversight Authority(IPOA) is still investigating the matter.
His family has been demanding for justice.
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