The autopsy was conducted by the Government Chief Pathologist Johansen Oduor and Bessie Byakika for the family at the Lee Funeral Home.
”Strangulation was the cause of death,” Dr Odour said.
The pathologist also said the commissioner was strangled with bare hands.
Msando’s back had deep scratches, a clear indication of being dragged on a rough surface or scratches. His right hand too had deep cuts possibly made with a sharp object.
It is not yet clear whether a postmortem has been conducted on his lady friend, Carol Ngumbu.
The two bodies were found in a thicket in Kikuyu, 400 metres apart. They were both naked.
Investigations are on going. The President has called for patience as the police find the people responsible for the deaths.
Chris will be buried on 19 August in Ugenya.
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