Kangogo’s first victim constable John Ogweno will be accorded a state burial today at his home in Homa Bay county.This includes 21-gun shot salute.
Constable John Ongweno served in Kericho County prior to his transfer to Nakuru county where he met untimely death after being shot by his colleague who is believed to be in love with him, Caroline Kangogo.
Constable Ongweno was found murdered in cold blood inside his car at a car park at Kasarani police line in Nakuru county.
Ongweno’s family moved their son’s body remains to his home yesterday after a requim mass in Nakuru.
The family mourns their son with tears and unending sorrows.Eunice Ouru,the sister to the slain police officer expressed dissatisfication on how police officers settle disputes among themselves.
“Let this not be a way to settle disputes among police officers in the country.It’ painful,”she said.
Ouru further said that the family had suffered emotionally because of the events that claimed lives of her brother,Kiambu business man Peter Ndwiga and Caroline Kangogo herself.
Ongweno was the sole breadwinner of his young family and an important member of the extended family.
Ongweno’s father, Edward Ouru Ambae said that news of his son’s death was like a dagger driven into his heart.
Ongweno has left behind two children and two wives.