In Summary
  • The relatives of Loise Yatich want police to complete investigations into her murder before she is interred.
  • Eldoret Principal Magistrate Naomi Wairimu on Wednesday issued temporary orders restraining Mr Yatich from moving the body from the Moi Teaching and Referral hospital mortuary.

  • Two men were charged on October 17 with the murder of Mrs Yatich.

A court has temporarily stopped the burial of former Kakamega District Commissioner Paul Yatich's wife, until a case by her relatives is determined.

The relatives of Loise Yatich want police to complete investigations into her murder before she is interred.

THE ORDER

Eldoret Principal Magistrate Naomi Wairimu on Wednesday issued temporary orders restraining Mr Yatich from moving the body from the Moi Teaching and Referral hospital mortuary.

“This honourable court restrains the respondents from removing, transporting or in any manner dealing with the body of Loise Yatich until all parties involved are heard on October 30,” ordered the magistrate.

Mr Yatich had planned to move the body from morgue on Friday for a funeral on Saturday.

Mrs Yatich was found murdered inside her house in Kiplombe estate near Eldoret last Tuesday.

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