Neighbours to Dr Gakara, the Nakuru gynaecologist who died yesterday while receiving treatment at Nakuru Level 5 hospital ICU after he was found lying unconscious besides his two late children aged 3 and 5 on Saturday have finally spoken out.
According to a report by Mpasho, the neighbours at the Milimani Estate Nakuru county now say that they are organizing psycosocial support for their children who have been deeply saddened by the sudden demise of the two children who were their playmates and schoolmates.
One of the residents Prof. Nzula Kita, a lecture at Egerton University said that the main reason why they need to consider looking for an expert is so that the young children can ask any questions bothering them as they come into terms with the sad incident since they have been seeing the reports on the media.
Dr Gakara is alleged to have injected his two kids with insulin before trying to take his own life. He was diagnosed with extremely low blood sugar levels.
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