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SEE ALSO :Kemboi, Jerop win Kass MarathonThe hospital explained to her that the person who checked her in did not give details about the next kin and the hospital decided to dispose of her body after two months in line with regulations. She was then advised to seek help from the police. Wangu then went with the chief together with the village elder to report the matter. Confirming the incident Eldoret OCPD, Richard Omanga said the police are waiting for a report from the hospital as investigations are ongoing. “We are waiting for the report from the hospital about the cause of the death of the deceased and why she was being disposed without her family’s consent,” he said. The hospital yesterday declined to comment on the matter, with an official telling the Standard that the hospital is looking for the girls’ file.