Lead police detectives have said that the odd Nyeri event, in which a teacher was discovered dead nailed inside a coffin, is a case of suicide even though the investigation is still in its early stages.
After it was determined that a torch and a hammer were discovered inside the coffin next to instructor Gathogo's body, this was done.
The significance and origin of a weird black flag that was discovered neatly positioned close to the deceased person's coffin have also been determined by researchers.
The history of the black flag bearing a depiction of a cow dung beetle begins in ancient Egypt. The insect found in cow dung was related to the goddess of rebirth.
A beetle is moving garbage, as shown in the flag.
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