The father of the middle-aged man accused of killing BBC Senior Manager Kate Mitchell last Friday before committing suicide has accused the police of frustrating their efforts to establish what led to the death of their son. Speaking to a local daily, Mr. Dan Mauti, father to the late Tamati Mauti, said the family is yet to receive any credible update from the police regarding the death of their son.
Dan Mauti, the father to Tamati Mauti, the man who is suspected to have murdered BBC journalist Kate Mitchelle before jumping off to his death from a hotel in Westlands has broken his silence. According to a report by Kenyans.co.ke, Dan said that his son was a calm man who had a bright future ahead of him.
The father to the main suspect behind the murder case of BBC Journalist Kate Mitchell has rejected the post mortem results conducted on his son Tamati Mauti as he argued that the report was inaccurate. The father who has been identified as Dan Mauti has downplayed the reports making rounds on different media platforms and maintained that his son is innocent and further issued new demands to the police.
Dan Mauti, the father of Tamati Mauti who is the main suspect in the murder of BBC journalist Kate Mitchelle has reacted after postmoterm examination showed that he died from injuries sustained after jumping off from the 8th floor of the hotel in Westlands. Dan was dissatisfied by the results and poked holes into the report given to the family.
The father of the key suspect in the murder of Kate Mitchell, a British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) Project Manager, has defended his son's honor in the wake of the latest allegations. Tamati Mauti's father, Dan Mauti, praised his son for having a bright future ahead of him.