A staff working at lawyer Paul Gicheru's residence in Karen, Nairobi, has revealed intricate details about the boss's final moments before his death on Monday September 26.
Speaking to Nation, staff revealed that Gicheru spent most of the day in his quarters at his five-bedroom home, drinking his favorite white wine.
Despite three guests; His son Allan, his wife and father-in-law Gicheru spent the day in his bedroom and came out once before returning to his room.
The source further revealed that the father-in-law left around 3.30pm, leaving his wife and son at the house.
The clerk stated that at 7:00 p.m. the woman went to ask Gicheru if he would have dinner, only to find him foaming at the mouth.
The statement contradicted media reports that the son was the first to stumble over his father's lifeless body.
In addition, two police statements contradicted reports about who found the body first; either the son or the wife. The initial report, filed with Karen Police Station under OB number 54/26/09/22, showed that the son had found his father's body and informed his mother.
However, a statement later released by the National Police Service revealed that the woman had found Gicheru's body lying on the bed.
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