The family of the ex police officer who was found dead in their home have agreed with the chief government officer of the Moi teaching and Referral hospital over the autopsy of the body which was delayed due to technical absence of the required doctor.According to his brother Mark Kangogo, he said that they have decide to follow the guidelines which was given by the doctors in the hospital and they are planning to visit the hospital on Tuesday where the activity of checking the body will be done. He said that the burial ceremony which was planned on Saturday this week has been postponed so that the government can do their own investigation before they burry the body on the later day.
This has come after the family was surprised by the incident where the body was not ready to be taken home for burial as the required doctor was not available in the hospital. It was very sad for Caroline Kagongo's father to be denied the body which makes him to cry in front of the camera which was recording him.
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