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Chief Government Pathologist Reveals What Led To The Death of Tycoon, Francis Kiambi

On Monday, January 9th, Francis Kiambi, a successful businessman, was discovered dead in his home in the Nairobi neighbourhood of Karen. He had suffered a cardiac arrest.

On Friday, once Chief Government Pathologist Johansen Oduor had finished autopsying his body, the news was released.

Dr. Oduor concluded that the decedent's sudden cardiac arrest was brought on by Coronary Artery disease due to high cholesterol.

Sudden cessation of a normal heartbeat is called cardiac arrest, caused by electrical abnormalities.

Mary Waigwe Muthoni, Mr. Kiambi's wife, called the police to report his death Sunday night after returning home from a night out at a Karen nightclub.

When the wife allegedly said no to being her husband's guarantor for a Ksh.2 billion loan he needed to start a business, he and she allegedly got into a fight, according to reports.

After the argument, the two went to their separate bedrooms, and the next morning, the body of the 50-year-old businessman-turned-cum-politician was discovered next to a bowl of vomit. After a family doctor from the adjacent Karen Hospital declared the person dead, the body was transferred to the Lee Funeral home.

Several witnesses to the death have been questioned by police, including a close relative and a lawyer who were also present at the bar.

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