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Two Pathologists Declined To Divulge Autopsy Results Performed On Masten Wanjala’s Body

Two pathologists on Wednesday declined to divulge autopsy results performed on Masten Wanjala's body.

The autopsy examination was conducted on Wednesday on the body of self-confessed child killer Masten Milimu Wanjala at Bungoma County Referral Hospital Morgue

Wanjala, who fled from police custody at Jogoo Road Police Station in Nairobi, was smoked out and by an irate residents at Mukhweya village five days ago.

Two Pathologists presented themselves at the mortuary at around 1.00pm accompanied by homicide special investigations unit detectives to carry out the postmortem tests which took almost one hour.

One of the pathologists was drawn from Western region headquarters and the second drawn from Nairobi.

Security was tight at the mortuary as the postmortem tests goes on.

The pathologists alongside the homicide group came out of the morgue at 2.00pm but refused to address press who were waiting for them outside the mortuary.

Wanjala’s family members absconded the exercise as they also looking forward to know the date when exactly they will be allowed to bury the body of their kin.

Bungoma County Police Commander Mutungi Musyoki visited the morgue few minutes after the group had dissappeared.

Mr Musyoki told the press that he was not authorised to announce the autopsy results because the incident was under a special unit of investigators from Nairobi.

“The special unit worked under the Director of Criminal Investigations (DCI) group in Nairobi and they are the only department authorised to announce the postmortem results,” he said.

According to him, the authorities charged will share the details of autopsy from Nairobi.

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Bungoma County DCI Jogoo Road Police Station Mutungi Musyoki Wanjala

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