By LINAH BENYAWA
Head of team, Assistant Deputy Public Prosecutor Jacob Ondari, said those who attended to Haniya Said would help give detailed information of the state of the victims rushed to the hospital.
“We have asked for a comprehensive report from Mewa Hospital where Said and her daughter were treated,” said Ondari. Mr Ondari said they visited the facility yesterday, but could not gather enough evidence since the doctor-in-charge was absent.
“We just wanted to know the number of patients they treated and the injuries the victims sustained,” he added. The report from doctors would be used to establish number of witnesses needed for the probe.
The probe team comprises of Ondari, Mohammed Balala, Eric Nyongesa, Victor Mule, Vincent Monda, Mercy Gitari, and Victor Kamau.
Ondari said no witness had turned up so far raising concerns that they may be reluctant to give information fearing it might be used against them.
But on Tuesday, Ondari assured witnesses that the information they give would be treated with confidentiality.
Director of Public Prosecutions Keriako Tobiko, who appointed the team, called for comprehensive, independent and expeditious investigation.
The team was given 14 days to complete the probe.