Chief government pathologist Johansen Odour has revealed autopsy on Caroline Kangogo shows a bullet entered through the right chin and exited through the left side of the head. Odour says the bullet damaged the spine and the brain. He further says they have taken swaps from her hands to determined whether she pulled the trigger and answer questions whether it was suicide or murder. Odour added that his interview with police officers who were at the scene indicate the deceased probably died at the scene. Family members who were at MTRH funeral home have told the Standard they were satisfied with the findings and that they had also engaged a private pathologist. Kangogo before her death had been accused of killing a police officer in Nakuru and another man in Thika. On July 15, her mother stumbled on her body inside a bathroom at their home in Nyawa, Keiyo North.