MPs Join The Family Of Kubende To Ask For Speedy Investigation As More Questions Emerge – Eagle News Feed

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Western Members of parliament have joined the family of popular Joseph Kubende to call for a speedy investigation into his death.

The 42-year-old man is said to have died after a fall from the fourth-floor balcony of GM apartments in Rioysambu estate, Nairobi.

He was rushed to the hospital but died shortly after.

There are speculations he died by suicide.

Witnesses told police they saw him survey the place before he dropped off.

Another official said Kubende was stressed after it emerged he may have been deported from the USA over unknown reasons and was not able to fly back as he had told his friends.

“He had marital problems with his baby mama and we understand he had been deported and would not fly back but he kept telling people he would which he knew was a lie and was eating him internally,” said a family member who asked not to be named d

Kimilili MP Didmus Barasa while addressing the media on Saturday said Kubende had no issue that could cause him to commit suicide.

“He had gotten international employment in the United States. He visited the country from Rwanda while on duty. How could he commit suicide?” Barasa paused.

The MP revealed that he had written the letter to DCI demanding answers to the cause of Kubende’s death since up to now; police are yet to identify the cause.

It is only alleged that he jumped off the balcony.

Barasa is seeking to know who the accomplices were during the alleged party they held at night, whose house was he, and who booked for him.

Further, from the last moment video, the MP says people took longer to take the deceased to the hospital; therefore he demands to know why?

He insisted that anyone who was close to Kubende should be investigated.

Further, he proposed that the matter should be taken from the police and handed to DCI officials.

Bumula MP Jack Wamboka has also urged the police to provide a proper report on what happened to Joseph Kubende.

The MPs are also calling for an immediate repeat of the postmortem examination because the family was not involved during the procedure.

The family asked the government to expedite the investigation and bring the perpetrators to book.

“We want justice for our son. He was a hardworking man who had secured a job abroad. He did not deserve to die like this. We appeal to the government to ensure that justice is served,” David  Shakama, a family member said.

The police are still investigating the matter and are yet to release any official statement on the cause of death.

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