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  • Autopsy reveals Wesley fell from a height
  • Deceased was a pupil at Joy Garden Pupil in Umoja Estate 
  • Family disputes postmortem report

Three pathologists have confirmed that grade 8 pupil at Joy Gardens Primary in Umoja estate died after falling from a height.

The pathologists came to a unanimous conclusion after conducting tri-experts led autopsy on the body of the late Wesley Njiru.

During the postmortem,the government,school, and the family 9f the deceased were represented by a pathologist

Lawyer Danstan Omari, who is representing the school, maintained his clients are innocent, citing the results of the postmortem, which revealed that the minor’s death was a result of falling from a height.

“Three pathologists, government, family and rep school have agreed bones were broken, front part broken, rib, spinal code and cause of death is a fall from height which exonerates our client,” Omari said.

However, the family of the deceased disputed the autopsy report, citing foul play.

The family insists that the death of the minor did not coincide with the autopsy report, adding that there was no blood at the crime scene, despite the report stating the pupil fell from the seventh floor.

Following the incident, two directors, and three other staffs are detained as DCI sought 21 days to hold the suspects, pending a probe into the case.

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