Police have now launched investigations on what might have caused renowned author and journalist Ken Walibora’s death.
The postmortem conducted by the government’s chief pathologist Dr. Johansen Odour reveals that his death is a complicated puzzle.
It revealed that Walibora had a deep cut between his thumb and index finger which was not caused by the motor vehicle accident. He had also lost two of his teeth and had a blood clot in his head.
Ken Walibora’s body was found at Kenyatta National Hospital mortuary on Wednesday but events of Friday the 10th of April 2020 remain a mystery.
The events surrounding his death took place at around 9.30 am, an ambulance was called but failed to take him to the hospital upon arrival, a Nairobi county government ambulance later rushed him to Kenyatta National Hospital.
He remained at the hospital’s emergency area without being attended to from 10.30 am, throughout the day and at midnight he passed away.
The police are also trying to find answers on how his vehicle was found along Kijabe street which is located 30 minutes away from his Landhies road where he meets his death.
A memorial service was conducted on Saturday and he will be buried on Wednesday at his rural home in Bonde, Cherangan