Deceased Ruto’s Guard Did Not Commit Suicide, DCI Kinoti

Director of Criminal Investigation, George Kinoti has refuted claims that Sergeant Kipyegon Kene would have committed suicide.

Kinoti this Thursday demonstrated to the press how things might have unfolded inside the deceased’s house.

The DCI boss told journalists that he was among those who thought the deceased had taken his own life until he saw the investigative forensic report.

“The exit of the bullet, then we tried to bring together all the hypothesis, all the theories. To be fair, absolutely fair, that perhaps if it was suicide, then we would said may he rests in peace, it was unfortunate, and then ask ourselves what could have led him killing himself,” DCI boss posed.

DCI noted that if the deceased had killed himself as it had earlier been thought, then he would have fallen on his back and not the way his body had been stage managed.

“So if he could have shot himself no matter how we demonstrated to give the theory and hypothesis some sense, we could not, with him bending as you are going to see in our report, then definitely automatic because of the weight he would have fallen on the bed,” he added.

The deceased had been attached at the Deputy President William Ruto’s office, and was expected to give a statement to the police over the fake 40 billion military tender facing former Sports CS Rashid Echesa

Here is the video of his demonstration, video source, courtesy.

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