Caroline Kangogo’s Elder brother , Mark Kangogo has finally opened up about his sister’s delayed burial and postponed postmortem services. Photo: Courtesy While reacting to this incident, Mark Kangogo has called upon the DCIs to come clean and revealed why they care delaying his sister’s burial plans despite the fact that they had given their promise on her burial.
Fresh details have emerged concerning Cop Caroline Kangogo's burial from the DCI who revealed that the family will have to wait until the autopsy is done so as to start making arrangements on how to bury their daughter. An autopsy to ascertain the cause of death of Caroline Kangogo, policewoman accused of killing two men, including her colleague in Nakuru, will be conducted on Tuesday, July 27.
The family of the police Caroline Kangogo Has revealed that she will get a decent burial after tuesday's postmortem. The family has also revealed that they will not be guided by the allegations that she killed herself. It has been confirmed that the Chief government pathologist Dr Johansen Oduor will conduct an autopsy on Tuesday 27th at Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital.
Caroline Kangogo’s brother, Mark Kangogo has revealed that they are going to give the deceased a descent burial despite the fact that she is still a murder suspect. Photo: Courtesy In a statement which has been given by the Star Magazine, Mark Kangogo said that he loved his late sister and is going to love her regardless of all the things that are being said about her.
The Brother to the suspected killer Cop Caroline Kangogo defended her sister of murder allegations surrounding her last days on earth. Speaking during her burial in Nyawa village in Elgeyo Marakwet, Mark Kangogo said what has been written and said about their sister is not true since the DCI is yet to confirm whether she is the one who killed the two people.
Caroline Kangogo is accused of killing two men. Left, her father Barnaba Kibor gestures outside Iten Referral Mortuary. The family of fallen policewoman Caroline Kangogo has announced it will set the new burial date once her postmortem rescheduled for Tuesday has been done. The policewoman accused of killing two men, including her colleague in Nakuru, before turning the gun on herself 10 days later was set to be buried yesterday at her parent's home in Nyawa village in Elgeyo Marakwet but failed when a scheduled autopsy was not conducted.
Mark Kiprotich Kangogo, a teacher at Soy Girls Secondary School in Elgeiyo Marakwet County's Keiyo South Constituency, described her sister as a compassionate and loving daughter who communicated her affection to the entire family. Mark Kangogo said today during the funeral ceremony that he couldn't picture all that was going on around his family ending in tears.
The family of fallen policewoman Caroline Jemutai Kangogo has been left counting huge losses following the postponed burial of their daughter Caroline. Additionally, the family says that they have been subjected to too much stress. According to Caroline's brother Mark Kangogo, they have experienced psychological as well as emotional trauma following the turn of events despite having planned to bury their kin today.
It has been tough and challenging moments for the family and friends of the late rogue police officer Caroline Kangogo who was once wanted and found dead at her parents home. An autopsy was supposed to take place yesterday on Friday 23rd and her burial to be today, but things never went as planned.
Body Of Cop Kangogo Brought To Moi Teaching And Referral Hospital In Eldoret For Post-Mortem Examination.
The body of police officer Caroline Kangogo arrived at Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital in Eldoret on Tuesday for autopsy before being buried in Elgeyo Marakwet region. The body was removed from Iten County Referral Hospital and taken to MTRH where senior state pathologist Dr Johansen Oduor will perform surgery.
An autopsy conducted on the body of police constable Caroline Kangogo has been released and shared to the family. The chief government pathologist Dr Johansen Oduor carried out the autopsy at the Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital in Eldoret on Tuesday, which indicated only a single bullet ended her life.
The burial ceremony for the killer corp Caroline Kangogo alias sharpshooterer, arranged to take place on 24th July, 10 days after the woman took her life using a gun had been delayed. The policewoman accused of killing two men, including her colleague in Nakuru, before turning the gun on herself 10 days later was set to be buried yesterday at her parent's home in her village in Elgeyo Marakwet but failed when a scheduled autopsy was not conducted.
According to Mark Kangogo and his father Barnabas, the family used over Ksh 400,000 in the yesterday burial preparation that never was. The burial was postponed by the government as the autopsy on the body of Caroline was yet to be done. The government insisting on autopsy report something that led to the postponement of the burial against the wishes of the family and mourners.
Postmortem Examination On The Body Of Caroline Kangogo Is Currently Underway At MRTH Hospital Morgue
Postmortem examination on the body of the late police officer Caroline Kangogo is currently underway at the Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital Morgue in Eldoret. The late police officer’s body left Iten County Referral Hospital mortuary today morning, en route to Eldoret. The autopsy examination which was to be performed last week was halted at the last minute.
The controversial burial plan of the Killer Cop Caroline Kangogo has been suspended after the Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI) confirmed to the family that they should give it more tie to carry out an autopsy in a bid to establish the real cause of her untimely death.
Government has on Tuesday 27th July finally heeded to the plea of Barnaba Kangongo father to Nakuru based cop Caroline Kangogo. The family of Caroline was forced to postponed Kangogo's burial which was to happen on 24th July, even after they were through with all preparations, including slaughtering cows for the occasion.
The body of suspected killer cop Caroline Kangogo has finally arrived at the Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital for autopsy. This is in readiness for the postmortem that was postponed last week over some logistical issues surrounding the preparedness of the government pathologist. Chief government pathologist Dr Johansen Oduor is the one who will be leading in the postmortem exercise at the hospital in Eldoret.
Congratulations to the family of the late police fugitive Caroline Kangogo for waiting patiently following the request that was made by the doctor who was to conduct the autopsy of their daughter claiming that he was informed late. Finally the day they were asked to wait for the autopsy to take place has arrived and Caroline Kangogo's body is at MTRH in Eldoret where reports shows that the process is underway.
Caroline Kangogo (inset) is accused of killing two men. Left, her father Barnaba Kibor gestures outside Iten Referral Mortuary. The family of fallen policewoman Caroline Kangogo has announced it will set the new burial date once her postmortem rescheduled for Tuesday has been done. The policewoman accused of killing two men, including her colleague in Nakuru, before turning the gun on herself 10 days later was set to be buried yesterday at her parent's home in Nyawa village in Elgeyo Marakwet but failed when a scheduled autopsy was not conducted.
Caroline Kangogo's Post-mortem which was set to be conducted last week Friday was postponed due to unavoidable circumstances. This dragged the burial since the family had planned burial on Saturday the following day. Fortunately,the postponement of post-mortem that had raised more questions than answers is set to be conducted today at Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital by the government's Chief Pathologist Johansen Oduor.