A sneak picture of the multi million home of Nominated MP David Sankok in Ewaso Nyiro. Since the death and burial of his eldest son, the late Hillary Memusi Sankok, nominated Member of parliament Hon David Sankok has been low key as he continues healing from the great loss.
Slain 15-year-old Hillary Memusi Sankok, son of Nominated MP David Sankok was a student at Kericho high school. The school boy who died by shooting himself using his father's gun has been profiled by teachers and fellow students as an outgoing and disciplined boy. Teachers and students at Kericho high school have said that Memusi related very well with other learners as they mourned him as a sociable student.
Even though a second autopsy on his son's body revealed that the child may have shot himself, the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) is planning to charge Nominated MP David Sankok with improper firearm storage. However, forensic pathology results on Hillary Memusi Sankok differed from those reported by the Longisa Hospital in Bomet during the initial post-mortem on May 3, a day after he died.
Directorate of Criminal Investigation has revealed that Nominated Member of Parliament David Ole Sankok would be charged as soon as his son Hillary Memusi is buried. DCI has revealed that The Firearms Act outlines that every registered firearm dealer is required to store firearms and ammunition safely. Sankok would be charged for reportedly not keeping the firearms in a suitable enclosed store and out of reach of his children.
Image: Courtesy. Nominated Member of Parliament, David Sankok, is facing charges of improper storage of a firearm. Detectives from DCI are planning to charge Sankok for breaching the law on handling the forearm as a licensed gun holder. According to the second autopsy conducted by government pathologist Johansen Oduor, the 15 years old boy, Hillary Memusi Sankok may have shot himself.
Over the news arriving now at wireless media, Mp Sankok's case is done. In the recent past sankok lost his son who allegedly shot himself by gun. Under thorough investigations, the DCI has today come into conclusion towards the tragedy. A scientific pathology on Hillary Memusi Sankok, but created various discoveries, from what the Longisa Clinic in Bomet had expressed when it directed the main posthumous on May, 3, a day after he passed on.
Directorate of Criminal Investigations(DCI) has directed Nominated MP David Sankok to be charged over his son's death. Detectives from DCI revealed that they are planning to charge him over improper storage of his firearm at his home which resulted in his son, Hillary Memusi Sankok, getting hold of it and shooting himself dead after they quarreled over his academics.
The Directorate of Criminal Investigations, DCI is considering to charge nominated MP David Sankok with improper storage of a firearm, now that the second postmortem on the body of his son indicated that the boy shot himself. A pathology expert on Hillary Memusi Sankok indicated various results, from what the Longisa Hospital in Bomet had established when it performed the first autopsy on May, 3, a day after he passed away.
The nominated member of parliament Hon David Ole Sankok's son, Hillary Memusi Sankok who died last week is being buried today in Narok County. Memusi was said to have shot himself using his father's gun after hia father insisted that he must go back to school.
Happening Now: Heartbroken David Sankok Arrives at Enkare School Grounds for Funeral Ceremony of Son
Nominated Member of parliament Hon David Sankok arriving at Enkare Ngiro primary school ground for his son's funeral service (Photo Courtesy) After the long stand off from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations, Nominated MP David Sankok and his family as well as friends were allowed to pay their final respects, and burry their son Hillary Memusi Sankok.
The funeral service of nominated MP Sankok's son who reportedly died after shooting himself on the head. Hillary Memusi Sankok aged 15 years died last week on the spot after he allegedly shot himself on the head using his father's gun. Investigations into the incident immediately started with the Directorate of Criminal Investigations trying to figure out how the young man committed suicide.