Kabete police investigate mysterious death of 39-year-old man
Police in Kabete, Dagoretti sub-county in Nairobi region have launched investigations into the mysterious death of a 39-year-old man.
A police report seen by this reporter revealed that Mr David Kaime Ngamau vomited and died while his friends and relatives rushed him to the hospital.
“It was reported by one Thomas Gachuru Nganda, a resident of Matini that at about 1100 hours today, he learnt that his nephew David Kaime Ngamau aged 39 years was unwell as he had vomited and was unresponsive in his house,” the police report reads in part.
Mr Nganda then rushed to the house and asked neighbours to assist him in rushing Mr Ngamau to a nearby hospital, identified as St Theresa Hospital in Kikuyu, Kiambu County, where he was pronounced dead on arrival.
Officers from the station promptly visited the scene and carried out essential procedures, which included documenting the house where the deceased resided by capturing photographs.
The deceased’s body is at the Kikuyu Pentecostal Church of Eastern Africa (PCEA) morgue awaiting autopsy.
Such cases of people dying mysteriously have been reported in the city and are rising.
On 28 May 2023, police at Kabete Police Station launched investigations after a man died on his bed in the Kawangware area, Dagoretti North Sub-County.
In a report seen by Nairobi News, Ms Jerusa Amoit Wanyonyi went to Muthangari police station where she reported that her husband, identified as Mr Godwin Wanyonyi, had died at Kawangware Area Two bus terminus.
“Police officers rushed to the scene and found the body of Mr Godwin Wanyonyi, 67, lying face up on his bed in a one-room rented house,” the report reads in part.
Officers said family and neighbours informed them that the deceased only complained of chest pains and died around 4pm as they prepared to take him to the hospital.
According to the report, the body had a minor injury to both hands, which were wrapped in an Elastoplast – bandage.