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Postmortem Examination On The Body Of Caroline Kangogo Is Currently Underway At MRTH Hospital Morgue

Postmortem examination on the body of the late police officer Caroline Kangogo is currently underway at the Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital Morgue in Eldoret.

The late police officer’s body left Iten County Referral Hospital mortuary today morning, en route to Eldoret.

The autopsy examination which was to be performed last week was halted at the last minute.

The chief government pathologist Dr Johansen Oduor is leading autopsy examination process, as security agents seek to find the root cause and the officer lost her life.

The postmortem never took place last Friday, prompting the family, led by her father Barnaba Kangogo, to argue as they were forced to halt the burial.

Mr Mark Kangogo, who is the brother to Caroline Kangogo, noted a burial date will be discussed after the autopsy examination.

Barnaba and other family members are among those who were present for the postmortem. 

Kangogo's lifeless body was found lying in a pool of blood at her parents’ home in Nyawa, Elgeyo Marakwet County, alongside a Ceska pistol planted on her right hand.

The police officer is said to have shot police constable John Ogweno in Nakuru and later Peter Ndwiga at a hotel room in Juja.

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