Father to the slain police officer, John Chesang said the family was happy with the investigations being conducted by the DCI.
Speaking after the funeral mass, he asked the government to ensure that the culprits in his son’s murder are arrested before the burial tomorrow.
“I was relieved when the DCI declared that my son did not commit suicide and we are sure that the government will get to the bottom of this case,” he said.
He pleaded with the government to make its finding public without censoring the truth.
Chesang also urged the investigators not to concentrate on the post mortem results alone saying that there was so much information in the telephone conversations between his son and his killers and their associates.
“I was very happy when the investigators opened his phone because I am sure that is where the truth is,” he said.
The distraught man said family members, relatives, friends and neighbours gathered at Umash to receive Kenei’s remains and start the healing process.
“Many of us have come here with broken hearts, tears and pain to receive Kenei’s body and I am sure this will bring closure,” he said.
He dismissed claims that there might be chaos during the burial and invited everyone to celebrate Kenei’s life during the final send off at Chemasis Village, Solai in Rongai sub county, Nakuru.