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Postmortem reveals UoN lecturer’s son died of excessive bleeding in stomach

The son of UoN lecturer Hannah Khahugani died as a result of excessive bleeding in the stomach, autopsy report has revealed.

Further, the report showed the boy had malignant ulcers in the stomach and which led to the bleeding.

A postmortem examination on the boy was conducted at Chiromo Mortuary on Thursday evening (October 24), Makadara DCIO Henry Kiambati told K24 Digital.

The teenager’s body was found in Khahugani’s living room in South B estate in Nairobi on Wednesday at 6pm.

“The boy’s mother was in the house at the time. We are investigating the incident,” Nairobi area police boss, Philip Ndolo said on Thursday.

Steven Mwangi, the caretaker of the apartment where Hannah Khahugani lives, was the first person to report the boy’s death.

He said he had gone to the suspect’s house to collect monthly house rent on Wednesday, October 23, when a foul smell emanating from the house caught his attention and proceeded to call police.

Mwangi said Khahugani had stayed in the house for at least four years, and described her as an originally “lively” woman, but lately had became very withdrawn.

Khahugani, a lecturer at UoN’s school of nursing, formally worked at Kenyatta University and Nairobi Hospital.

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