The family of Pauline Wakasa, a police officer from Kilimani who was allegedly murdered by her husband in a deadly incident that happened in their Ruaraka home have raised their concerns after an incident that they claimed wasn’t supposed to happen during their child’s burial. Speaking to a group of journalists from the nation media group, Mr Nathan Mulongo who is the father of the late officer revealed that they didn’t see it wise to bury the deceased near her husband as suggested by the other family because according to them, their daughter’s blood was in the hand of their late son.
However, during the burial of the deceased, Mr Nathan claimed that the family of Wasike did not keep their promise of letting the two children of the deceased come to their mother’s funeral despite the fact that they had met in Nairobi to discuss whether or not the kids were going to go and bury their mother. Due to this reason, the man has claimed that they are concerned on what is going to happen to their grandchildren while they are still trying to come into terms with the loss of their daughter and, at the same time trying to have an agreement with the other family members on how they should raise the now two orphans left by the deceased officers.
In an incident that sparked alot of mixed reactions from Kenyans, the officer who is said to have been one of the bodyguards of Cs Matiangi allegedly pulled out a gun and shot his wife after which he shot himself leaving their two daughters alone. According to the reports given by the witnesses, they claimed that the woman had parted ways with the suspect and in a move to try and reconcile, the suspect came home and ended up shooting himself along with his wife under unclear circumstances.
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