The government pathologist has released some details of the results of the murder of gay activist Edwin Chiloba.
Johansen Oduor who conducted the autopsy revealed that the model died of suffocation since three pieces of socks were stuffed in his mouth,a pair of jeans covering his nose and there were no visible injuries on his body.The pathologist said more tests will be done to determine whether the late activist was drugged before being suffocated since he died due to lack of oxygen.
"We did not find any injuries on his body.We have taken samples to determine why he did not resist during his murder," government pathologist Johansen Oduor revealed.
Mr Oduor added that three pieces of socks were found stuffed into the late Chiloba's mouth cutting off his supply of air,and a pair of denim paints covering his mouth and nose were found during the autopsy.
"We also found three pieces of socks stuffed inside his mouth that made it impossible to breath,'' he said in swahili.(Pia tulipata kuwa alikuwa amewekwa socks kwa mdomo ili kufanya ikuwe ngumu kupumua)
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