Caroline Kangogo’s father, Barnaba Kibor, asked those who thought his daughter had been killed to testify.
Barnaba Kibor the father of the late police officer Caroline Kangogo has insisted that her daughter committed suicide also dismissing allegations that she may have been killed.
Some members of the public have expressed doubts about the circumstances surrounding Kangogo’s death after his body was found unhealthy, in a pool of blood inside the bathroom of his family’s home in Iten, Elgeyo Marakwet.
Saying this on Sunday, July 18, Kangogo’s father, Barnaba Kibor, urged those who thought Kangogo had been killed to testify.
“I don’t want people to go on to say that my daughter was killed. If anyone knows how she was killed and who should come out and tell us because I have seen that my daughter committed suicide,” Kibor said.
After his body was found on Friday morning, July 16, police said he removed himself with a single bullet.
Kangogo Boda Boda
Kibor, a retired police officer, has revealed that he has identified a Boda Boda passenger who dropped him off at their home the night before his body was found the next day.
Kibor said the passenger told him he had dumped her around 10 pm, 50 meters from them, but did not know it was him.
Kongoongo Available in the Bathroom
Confirming that Kangogo had killed himself, Kibor said his daughter had locked herself in the toilet when her body was found.
Kibor said in the event of a homicide, as stated, it would be difficult for a person to bury his body in a toilet but lock it inside.
“He had locked himself in the bathroom and there was no way anyone could bury his body and lock the door inside if there was a murder charge as stated,” Kibor said.
Responding to not finding bloodstains on the wall, Kibor said the bullet did not come out after the victim as he used his right hand.
In addition, a retired police officer stated that he could not establish the authenticity of a summary letter allegedly written by his daughter. Kibor said he too had heard from police.
Caroline Kangogo Burial
Kangogo’s father kept saying she was innocent until proven guilty. He said no one had ever testified that his daughter killed the two men as alleged.
Kangogo was the main suspect in the assassination of Constable John Ogweno in Nakuru and a resident, Peter Ndwiga, in Thika, both of whom met their deaths in less than 24 hours. The family will give him a regular Christian burial on Saturday, July 24th.
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