Today was another sad day as the country witnessed the early send-off of the slain Corp Caroline Kangogo at his father's home in Nyawa, Iten, Elgeyo Marakwet. This came after early this week the family was thrown into a loss after spending thousands of money to cook and hire tents but the authorities refused to release her body from the morgue.
In a suicidal note that many claimed was her's it was clearly stated that she should be buried in a sparkling white wedding gown which the family failed to fullfil. Speaking during the burial this morning Kangogo's uncle, Robert claimed that they were not sure if the note was actually from deceased or someone decided to write it. He continued to state that they dressed her just how every other deceased lady is expected to according to their tradition. Kangogo was captured covered in a white net.
Kangogo was born on 10th of January 1987 and died on 16th of July 2021. She is succeeded by two children a daughter and a son. May her soul rest in eternal peace.
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