Caroline Mwatha cause of death revealed

Caroline Mwatha a senior official at Dandora Community Social Justice Center

Caroline Mwatha a senior official at Dandora Community Social Justice Center

Independent Pathologist Peter Ndegwa said Thursday evening that Ms Mwatha had a male foetus of five to six months still inside her womb, but which is mutilated, one hand is missing and the skull badly injured.

Furthermore, the family indicated that the mortuary record of the booking appeared to had been tampered with as it had been cancelled out several times unlike records of other bodies.

According to the officers, Mwatha visited the clinic in Dandora Phase 4 on February 6. She went into a comma after apparently bleeding too much.

Police say investigations have shown that Mwatha was at a clinic where she had sought unspecified medical services before her body was taken to the mortuary.

They apparently explained to KNH officials that Caroline had severe diarrhoea that led to complications and her subsequent death.

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On calling back, the man who had communicated the news did not pick the phone.

"This puts everyone in a place where it will be possible to accept the results, " he said.

Mr Martin Mwangi and Mr Godfrey Otieno were arrested on Wednesday at Dandora and detained at Buruburu Police Station overnight. The family was called and it identified the body as that of Mwatha.

However, the pathologist said that despite the post-mortem being conclusive, it is upon investigators to establish the circumstances under which she died.

The mother of two had been leading a campaign against extra-judicial killings witnessed in the estate.

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