As per the reports, a postmortem examination of tge late police fugitive Caroline Kangogo is scheduled to be conducted this week. The motor bike rider who is reported to have dropped the late Kangogo at her parent's home finally came out and speak something to the patents' of Kangogo.
The family of Constable John Ongweno, a police officer who is reported to have been found dead in his vehicle after he was allegedly shot by the late Caroline Kangogo has finally opened up about the ongoing debate on what happened after they met. Photo:Courtesy According to the reports given by different Kenyan media houses, it has been reported that the two families met by accident after they all went to pick up their children's family from the mortu.
Caroline Kangongo's father has been left in tears on Friday after her daughter's burial was forcefully postponed to an unknown date. Kangongo who was found dead in her parent's bathroom was to be laid to rest at her parent's home on Saturday this week. Speaking to KTN news, Mr. Kibor expressed her frustration after the government failed to conduct a postmortem on the body of her daughter.
The father of the deceased killer Cop Caroline Kangogo yesterday 23rd, was denied the body of her daughter from the morgue despite having made all the burial arrangements. According to the family's burial schedule, the body was supposed to leave the morgue on Friday for burial on Saturday at their home in Nyawa Village.
SAD: Kangogo's Father Breaks Down After He is Denied The Body of His Daughter Because of This -VIDEO
Sad moments have engulfed the family and friends of the late police Corporal Carolyne Kangogo as the planned burial has failed to take place because the postmortem was not performed. Ravine News posted, "Caroline Kangogo's burial postponed after postmortem fails to happen. Burial was to take place today".
There has been a lot going going on at Caroline Kangogo's village home. Villagers have remained in that place to give family members strength. Apparently, Caroline's burial ceremony was not a usual event that always happens to police officers when they die. Caroline was buried but there were no gunshots as it normally happens when police officers are die.
It has been one of the saddest days to Caroline Kangogo's family members after they received a bad news from Iten Hospital. As reported by Citizen TV, family members reached in that hospital very early today morning. They were told to wait outside for directives. This was because their daughter had to undergo post mortem.
Honorable William Chepkut has finally opened up about the ongoing case of Caroline Kangogo whose family took to social media to cry about the government's failure to conduct a Postmortum results. Photo:Courtesy According to the reports given by Honorable Chepkut, he said that it was so heartbreaking to see the family and friends of the late Caroline Kangogo crying on live television while begging the government to let them Bury their daughter.
The late Corporal Caroline Kangogo was the prime suspect in the murder of two people on 5th and 6th of July 2021. The Police Officer was found dead in her parent's bathroom a police report revealing that she commited suicide. One of her alleged victims, a Police Officer based in Nakuru constable John Ogweno, was today removed from the morgue for burial.
Emotions was witnessed yesterday, at the Iten mortuary in Elgeyo Marakwet County, after the late police officer Caroline Kangogo's family was informed about post mortem failure exercise. A correspondent in the area told the media that government pathologist Johansen Oduor, received information at the last minute that he was the one to conduct the autopsy; for which he said he was not ready for that exercise then.
Kangogo's Father Denied His Daughter's Body as Plans for Burial are set for today. Caroline Kangogo’s father Barnabas Kibor yesterday broke into tears after he was denied his daughter’s body for burial that was set for Saturday July 24. Kangogo’s father said that they had informed the Director of Public Prosecution about their burial plans and agreed with the Director of Criminal Investigations that the postmortem would be done on Friday, July 23 and then take the body home for burial.
The father of the killer cop Caroline Kangogo broke down in tears after he was denied his daughter's body for burial. According to him, they had informed the director of public prosecution about the burial date of Kangogo. Kibor said they had agreed that postmortem to be done on Friday July 23 before taking the body for burial.
The burial of the rogue black killer cop Caroline Kangogo was to be done earlier today as planned. The family had prepared everything in place and ready for the ceremony. The unexpected happened as the government failed to release her body claiming investigations are yet to be done.
The father of Caroline Kangongo Mr. Barnabas Kibor yesterday caused drama at Iten County morgue after authorities decided that he would not take the body of his daughter for burial that was to be conducted today at her parents home. Kibor tried to appeal to the authorities for her daughter's body so that he would continue with the burial arrangements they had planned on.
Photo:Kangogo's Father Drama was witnessed in Nakuru on Friday 23 July as the father to the late Caroline Kangogo lost his cool as arrangements were disrupted. According to a report by a local daily , the family had finished all the arrangements and even slaughtered two cows for her funeral before the plans to bury her on Saturday were thwarted .Drama started when the family was informed that it will have to wait longer before they can bury their daughter after the post-mortem which was scheduled for Friday was postponed.
Homicide detectives are yet to visit the family home of former police officer Caroline Kangogo since her alleged suicide on Friday, the nation has established. Interestingly, police have given them the green light to proceed with burial arrangements despite the lingering questions surrounding her death. The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) dispatched detectives from Nairobi to investigate the case after her body was found in the bathroom of their home in Anin, Elgeyo Marakwet County.
The anticipated burial of suspected police killer Caroline Kangogo might not take place today, Saturday, after the planned autopsy failed to be conducted yesterday. The autopsy was expected to be conducted at Iten county referral hospital morgue, but by yesterday evening her parents, relatives and friends were still camping at the funeral home pleading for the body to be released for burial.
Carolyn Kangogo's Father in Tears After Being Denied Body of Daughter for Burial. Father of the killer police Carolyne Kangogo, broke down in Tears on Friday July 23, after being denied the daughter's body for burial. According to Barnabas Kibor, they had earlier informed the Director of Public Prosecution about the burial date of Kangogo.
Caroline Kagongo's body had arrived at Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital funeral home for autopsy. This was after her lifeless body was picked from her parents' bathroom at Iten in what police and the family said was a suicide. This will be good news to her family members who stormed Iten county referral hospital morgue where the autopsy was to be conducted last week on Friday but failed due to absence of pathologist, forcing the family to push forward their burial ceremony that was scheduled on Saturday, last week.
Mr Barnabas Kibor (centre), Cpl Caroline Kangogo’s father, protests at Iten County Referral Funeral Home on July 23, 2021 after the family failed to collect her body for burial. The family of the late Caroline Kangogo will have to wait longer before they can bury their daughter after the post-mortem which was scheduled for yesterday was postponed.