Sankok son's burial set for Saturday as second autopsy completed
Published on: May 13, 2022 04:50 (EAT)
Detectives question Sankok family members.
- The initial autopsy never establishes the type of gun used and the range.
The son of nominated MP David Sankok will be buried on Saturday, following the conclusion of a second autopsy on Friday.
Chief Government pathologist Johansen Oduor on Friday said Memusi Sankok died of a single gunshot to the head.
The initial autopsy had not established the type of gun used and the range.Memusi will be buried in Ewaso Nyiro, Narok.
Mwenda Ethaiba, the chief investigating officer, said it had completed its field work and a final report would be made.
The initial autopsy was conducted on May 3.
It showed that Memusi’s death was caused by a bullet that entered through his chin and exited at the top of his head.
Police then ordered a fresh autopsy on his body to ascertain whether the minor died by suicide, as was initially stated, or someone else was involved in the May 2 incident.
The family was therefore forced to cancel burial plans that were set for May 10.
Memusi had reportedly disagreed with his father about returning to school.