Autopsy results conducted on Caroline Kangogo have revealed that the late cop died due to a single gunshot wound in the head.
Confirming the results was government pathologist Johansen Oduor who said that the bullet penetrated the skull of the police officer and into her brain causing a hole inside.
Oduor also confirmed that they have taken samples from her hand to determine whether she committed suicide or was murder to end speculation into the death of the fallen cop.
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In attendance was the family of Caroline Kangogo who accompanied her body from Iten to MTRH where the procedure was done together with a private pathologist hired by the family.
The results will now see the family lay her body to rest days after their planned burial was postponed after the government failed to avail a doctor to conduct the procedure.
Caroline’s father was agitated by the move as he wept and pleaded with the government to release the body of her daughter as they had already made plans back at home in Elgeyo Marakwet.
The family was forced to source refrigerators to store the meat and eat the rest of the meals causing losses that they had not anticipated.
Kangogo died following the death of two men, policeman John Ogweno and businessman Peter Ndwiga who she is accused to have taken away their lives. Investigations are however underway to determine the allegations.