Autopsy report shows DP Ruto’s office guard died without a struggle

Government Chief Pathologist Dr. Johansen Oduor has said that it has not yet been established whether the Administration Police officer who was attached to DP William Ruto’s office was killed or he committed suicide.

Oduor said this after performing an autopsy on the officer’s body in the presence of family members and officers from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI).

“We are yet to establish whether it was suicide or homicide but from the autopsy, there was no physical struggle and no other injuries on his body,” Oduor told Journalists in Nairobi on Wednesday.

He added that Sergent Kenei died from a single gunshot wound that went through his chin and exited from his head.

The report further showed that there was no struggle when the officer died and that Kenei may have died one to two days before his body was found.

“We have looked at the body and what we have been able to establish is that the late Kenei died because of a single contact gunshot wound which entered the body through his chin and exited through the head,” Oduor said.

Kenei was one of the Administration Police officers on duty at Ruto’s Harambee House Annex office on the day former Sports Cabinet Secretary Rashid Echesa and two foreigners visited.