Today morning, the postmortem of Office of the Deputy President Sgt Frank Kipyegon Kenei’s body kicked off.
The sergeant’s family walked into the Chiromo Funeral Parlour looking downcast.
After identifying Kenei’s body, the family members looked overwhelmed with emotion and physically distraught.
Here is a photo fo the family walking into the Chiromo mortuary to identify the body.
Also present for the autopsy was DCI forensic detectives dressed in hazmat suits.
After the autopsy they lefty with autopsy kit
The postmortem was conducted by C.G pathologist Johansen Oduor.
Lang’ata MP Nixon Korir was among those who were briefed together with the family on the details of the autopsy results.
The postmortem has shown that the sergeant died on a single contact gun shot wound. The body shows he died a day or two before he was discovered.
The body had no marks of struggle by the officer. No other wound except the bullet entry one under the chin and it’s point of exit is on the forehead.
The team says it’s not conclusive whether it was homicide or suicide.
Will visit the scene tomorrow to piece together the details towards the conclusion
Check out the photos taken by Andrew Kasuku from the postmortem exercise earlier today.