Just a day after an autopsy was conducted on the body of the Late Sergeant Kipyegon Kenei, questions still linger within family members and detectives.
Doctors and detectives visited his home in Imara Daima after failing to establish whether the deceased committed suicide or was murdered.
At his house in Villa Franca Estate, detectives found out that the first police officers to visit the scene to remove his body did not handle it professionally.
Additional reports indicated that the crime scene had been interfered with.
From the Wednesday afternoon postmortem results, it was established that the firearm that shot Kenei was in direct contact with the chin at the moment of discharge implying that it could be execution or suicide.
Government pathologist Johansen Oduor also said that the body of the fallen soldier did not depict any sign of struggle before his death.
Therefore, the new task is to come up with a conclusion on whether his death was self-inflicted or perpetuated by another person.
The officer’s father has disputed claims that his son committed suicide saying that he never appeared disturbed.
Kenei’s death has been a mystery due to his connections to the office of the Deputy President where he worked as a security guard.
Moreso, he is in the middle of a probe of a Multibillion Shillings firearm deal scandal that is said to have been perpetrated at his place of work.
Before his demise, Kenei was being sought for questioning in a case where Former Sports Cabinet Secretary Rashid Echesa is said to have signed the fake tender in Ruto’s office.