Detectives have launched investigations into the sudden demise of Ministry of Interior and Coordination of Government Cabinet Secretary Joseph Nkaissery, who passed away on Saturday morning at Karen Hospital.
Investigators are putting together Nkaissery’s last moments. A team of detectives spent the better part of Saturday Morning in the late Cabinet Secretary’s home in Karen, Nairobi and was joined by different team at around 3pm, according to the Nation.
The entrance to Nkaissery’s residence was cordoned off, with journalists and ordinary member of the public denied entry to the premises. The main gate to the house remained closed with only a few individuals, family members and select police officers being allowed in.
Kajiado North Member of Parliament Joseph Manje, Garissa Senator Yusuf Haji and former Kibwezi MP Kalembe Ndile were some of the few individuals who managed to gain access to the residence.
As this continued, a separate team of detectives camped at the Bomas of Kenya, one of the places the late Interior CS Joseph Nkaissery visited the night before his death.
A postmortem test on the late Nkaissery’s body that was scheduled to be carried out on Sunday has been postponed to Monday.
The Star reported that doctors at the Karen Hospital ruled out heart attack as one of the causes to death of Nkaissery.