The results of post mortem carried out on the body of Dr James Gakara has been released today, Friday, September 24. The medic had killed his two children before attempting suicide during the past weekend. Speaking to the press, Dr Titus Ngulungu, the government pathologist, reported that there were traces of drugs found in his remains.
Washingtone Ochieng, alias MC Washey Hype, went missing last week on Thursday before his body was found in Nakuru County mortuary two days later. He will be interred today, Friday, October 1. According to a police report, the Nakuru based artist was doing exercise at Afraha Stadium, Nakuru before he started vomiting and eventually collapsing.
Government pathologist Dr. Titus Ngulungu performed a post mortem examination on the remains of the late "Killer" medical practitioner Dr. Gakara. The autopsy was meant to establish and ascertain the real cause of his premature death. According to medical reports, the deceased's body possessed a piercing.
Dr James Gakara and his two kids aged 3-year-old Dylan and 5-year-old Hailey respectively have been buried in emotional ceremony in Nakuru. The doctor together with his two kids were buried at their Mbaruk home. Thousands of mourners teamed up in the sleepy Muhereshwa village in Mbaruk to give their send off to the three deceased.
[Photo courtesy] After spending the better part of the day at the Nakuru law courts seeking an affidavit to have his postmortem done, Dr James Gakara family were frustrated after the exercise was halted due to legal technicalities that required the family to file a next of kin affidavit.
It has been revealed that Dr James Gakara who allegedly injected his two kids with a poisonous substance might have used the same liquid on himself,this is according to government pathologist Mr Titus Ngulungu who revealed his autopsy report saying that its the substance he injected himself with that took his life few hours before being admitted in Nakuru referral hospital,however Mr Ngulungu did not rule out other causes of death saying they are still investigating his death causes,the deceased had allegedly killed his two kids after he disagreed with the wife.
A Famous Nakuru artist went missing on Thursday last week before his body was discovered in a mortuary two days later will be buried on Friday. Washingtone Ochieng, alias MC Washey Hype, died at the Afraha Stadium where he had gone to exercise before his body was collected by the police.
A burial date has already been set for Nakuru based doctor James Gakara and his two children even as investigations into their deaths continue. Dr Gakara died at Nakuru Level 5 hospital ICU three days after he was found unconscious at his house in Milimani estate Nakuru county alongside the bodies of his two children.
The family of Dr James Gakara yesterday spent hours at the Nakuru law courts seeking an affidavit to have h postmortem done. At the same time, his wife Winnie Odhiambo, who collapsed following the doctor's death has been discharged from the Nakuru Level 5 Hospital where she was receiving treatment in the High Dependence Unit HDU.
The requiem mass for Dr James Gakara and his two children, five-year-old Dylan and three-year-old Hailey, was held at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Nakuru. Dr Gakara, 54, died at the Nakuru Level Five Hospital on September 22. The doctor, a registered obstetrician and gynaecologist, on September 18 allegedly injected himself with a concoction of medical drugs in a suicide attempt.Before injecting himself, Dr Gakara reportedly injected his two children with the same concoction.
An autopsy conducted on the late doctor Gakara's body at the Nakuru level 5 hospital mortuary on Friday September 24, revealed that he might have ingested an unknown substance to his body . Gakara was previously accused of killing two of his children by injecting them with an unknown chemical substance before attempting to take his own life.
Nakuru Doctor James Gakara alleged murder of two children, 5 years old girl and 3 years old boy, hit headlines on September 18. However his family members came out to deny the claims describing him as a good man who could not have killed his two children.