The government of Kenya has finished conducting the autopsy of the bodies of two adults, (a man and a woman) and a child that was found dead inside govt staff quarters along Jogoo Road, Nairobi.
According to Chief Government pathologist Dr. Johanssen Oduor, the man, Kevin Kipkoech, 30, died from carbon monoxide poisoning a day after the woman and son were killed.
The bodies of the other two suspected murder victims, Charity Cherop, 34 and her son, Alan Kipngetich, 8, were found in the bedroom of the house with rosaries on their hands.
The man was found in the bathroom with hands and legs tied, with a Charcoal Jiko that investigators had revealed wasn’t lit.
Different sources tell different stories about the incident; some section believe the woman and her son were first murdered by the man who days later killed himself, so it is a murder-suicide.
Other quarter believe that the three are victims of murder by a different party.
Question is, who tied the man’s hands and legs as alluded in the first accounts?
Which acount is correct, the one that stated that the Jiko was unlit or the one that said that it had burned out?
Directorate of Criminal Investigations is still conducting investigations on the matter; they released the following statement.
Ms Cherop was a Ministry of Interior, department of immigration staff based at Mathare Branch.
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