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Suspect in Tecra’s death questions pace of investigators

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The Prime suspect in the death of Keroche Breweries Director Tecra Muigai has questioned how the investigators are taking too long to unravel the truth.

Through his lawyer, Omar Lali has openly questioned the laxity of detectives from the Directorate of criminal Investigation handling the matter.

Yusuf Abubakar, lawyer to Omar Lali revealed to the Nation that the time frame issued by the court was enough to come up with some findings.

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Abubakar questioned their motive saying they laid quiet only to call for more time when the duration issued to them came to an end.

Johansen Oduor, the Chief Government Pathologist had earlier conducted post-mortem on the deceased body revealing that she succumb to head injuries.

The finding were consistent to the cause of death which said that the Keroche Breweries Director had fallen down the stairs.

According to the her family, the findings were not convincing as they called for examination of body tissue better known as toxology.

Omari Lali’s lawyer said that the tests can easily be conducted in a couple of days in the country as he questioned the delay involved in compiling the results.

He continues by explaining how his client has fully corporated in the investigation but they have not been receiving medical results from the prosecution team.

They claim some mischief is being done behind the scene something that the Nation says has got wind that the prime suspect will soon be charged with murder.

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