Caroline Kangogo, a police officer accused of killing two people before killing herself, will be laid to rest today. According to reports, she would not be given the same dignified send-off as every other police officer who dies in the country or abroad. According to the Daily Nation, the police claimed they would not join in her burial because of the circumstances surrounding her death, in which she is said to have committed herself.
The family of the late Caroline Kangogo has announce the official day on when they lay their daughter to rest. According to the family spokesperson Mr Robert Kipkorir, Kangogo will be laid to rest in a Christian ceremony this coming weekend. While addressing the media in their home in Elgeyo Marakwet, Kipkorir further dismiss to the claims that the deceased had instructed her family to cremate her remains.
Family of late Jemutai Kangogo has revealed the uncertainty surrounding their daughter's burial. The family says that homicide detectives have not yet visited Kangogo's home as part of their investigation into the suicide incident in order to give the family a go ahead to bury their daughter.
The family of the late Caroline Kangogo is set to send of their daughter today on Thursday 28/7/2021. According to the family spokesperson Mr Robert Kipkorir, Kangogo is laid to rest according to Christian ceremony. While addressing the media, Kipkorir further dismiss to the claims that the deceased had instructed her family to cremate her remains.
The family of Police Corporal Caroline Kangogo has reached out to the two families killed by Caroline, seeking forgiveness. Addressing the press, the family spokesperson said that the family of Kangogo has asked the family of Ogweno and Peter for forgiveness after they were allegedly killed by Caroline.
What The Family Of Caroline Kangogo Told The Families Of The Men She Murdered Before Killing Herself
After several days of being in the hide out and evading arrest, police officer Caroline Kangogo committed suicide with her body being found in one of the bathrooms in the compound of her parents. The late officer noted her wishes for her burial and asked for forgiveness to her family, children and the families of the two men he had earlier on murdered.
Family of Caroline Kangogo has apologized to victims who were affected by Kangogo's bad actions. Addressing the press on Saturday, July 18, a family representative noticed that Kangogo's kinfolk communicated their regret to the next two and requested pardoning. He noticed that the misfortune had effectively happened and it's to the greatest advantage of the families required to continue on.
The death of Corporal Caroline Kangogo is still a mystery to many people. Many people are yet to believe that Kangogo took her life as reported by the Directorate of Criminal Investigations detectives. Up to date, many questions continues to raised about Kangogo's death. Currently, it has been revealed Caroline Kangogo didn't leave any suicide note as indicated early.
It appears the Directorate of Criminal Investigations has dropped investigations into the mysterious suicide of the late police officer Caroline Kangogo. It is almost one week after the police woman allegedly committed suicide and detectives have not made any attempts to trace her lat movements or look into whether was by suicide or by murder as has been widely speculated.
Police officer Caroline Kangogo will be laid to rest at the home of her parents in Iten in Elgeyo Marakwet County this Thursday, July 29th. However, it has been confirmed that the burial would not receive the rites that police officers perform after the death of their colleagues.
No matter how painful it is, time has come now to lay the late Caroline Kangongo to rest. Through their spokesman Robert Kipkorir, the Kangongo family have announced when and how their daughter will be buried. The late cop will be sent off sometime this week in the normal Christian way.
The family of Constable Caroline Kangogo has updated the media that the postponement of her funeral arrangements will continue pending the outcome of the autopsy. The funeral was scheduled for Saturday but was postponed due to what the Department of Criminal Investigation (DCI) described as unavoidable circumstances.
The latest news about Kangogo's burial have been revealed. The scene is in Iten, Elgeyo Marakwet county. Going by the reports, despite of Caroline Kangogo being a senior police officer in Nakuru police station. She won't get police officers' honour at her burial.
The late fugitive police officer Caroline Kangogo, who was on the run after being accused of murdering two men, is set to be last. Kangogo' s family, through their spokesman, Robert Kipkorir, said she would be send- off in a normal christian ceremony some time this coming week.
The family of the late Caroline Kangogo is set to announce the official day on when they lay their daughter to rest. According to the family spokesperson Mr Robert Kipkorir, Kangogo will be laid to rest in a Christian ceremony sometime early next week.Mr. Kipkorir continue saying the family members are going on with the preparation and the exact date for burial will be announced later.
The late police officer cop Caroline kangogo will be laid to rest today Thursday 29, July 2021 at her parents home in Iten, Elgeyo marakwet county. Caroline Kangogo will not be accorded the ceremonial send-off like that of serving police officers .The police said that they would not participate in her burial due to the circumstances surrounding her death .Kangogo's uncle, Robert Kipkorir, said they would accord her an ordinary send-off.
The later fugitive police officer Caroline Kangogo who was on the run after accused of murdering two men ,is set to be laid to rest in Elgeyo Marakwet County. Kangofo family through their spokes person Robert Kipkorir ,said Kangogo would be send off in a Christian ceremony despite having committed suicide.
It has been revealed that Corporal Caroline Kangogo didn't leave any note behind. Now, the question is who wrote the suicide notes in Kangogo's phone. The death of Caroline continues to raise questions without answers every minute. Speaking to the Standard, Robert Kipkorir, uncle to Caroline revealed that the family didn't see any suicide note.
Caroline Kangogo will not be accorded the ceremonial send-off like that of serving police officers The police said they would not participate in her burial due to the circumstances surrounding her death Kangogo's uncle, Robert Kipkorir, said they would accord her an ordinary send-off PAY ATTENTION: Help us change more lives, join TUKO.co.ke’s Patreon programme.
Investigations following Caroline Kangogo's death are still in progress as everyone waits for detectives report to answer the questions running people's minds. The family is still waiting for a detailed report so that they can get a go ahead and start planning for burial. However, the family broke silence about the circulating suicide note raising more questions about it.