Confusion erupted yesterday between the attendants of Iten Referral Hospital in Elgeyo Marakwet and the family of the accused killer cop, Caroline Kangogo after the hospital refused to release her body to be buried. According to reports, an autopsy must have been done for the body of the late cop before the family is handed the body of their daughter.
But, as at Friday, the process was not yet done as it was earlier scheduled. The family was left broken by the sudden and disappointing twist on Friday but they all had to go home without the body. Preparations for the burial had to stop the moment they realized that the hospital's firm decision won't be flexed.
However, as Standard Digital confirms, fresh details have emerged from the family and hospital concerning the proceedings of Kangogo's funeral. The pathologist who was expected to conduct the postmortem has announced that he will do it on Tuesday next week.
On the other hand, the mourning family has also stated that they will have to wait until the speculated Tuesday, when the body of their daughter will undergo autopsy for them to decide on when they'll burry her (Kangogo). However, they have warned the Directorate of Criminal Investigations not to disappoint them again.
Will it be good news to the family of Kangogo or another disappointment? May her soul rest in eternal peace!
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