“Luckily, there was a doctor who stopped and he came with a first aid kit. He tried to stop the bleeding but it was too much. By the time we got to the hospital, the doctor’s car was full of blood. I can’t remember what happened after that.” Cameron was rushed to Nairobi Women’s Hospital, a few kilometres away from the scene of the shooting.
Dr Muiruri Githinji told The Lead and Jicho Pevu, KTN’s investigative programmes that aired last night, that the American “was in a bad state when he was brought in”. Text message “The first thing we do is the ABC of first aid. Clear the air passage, control bleeding… that is what we did, but it was difficult to even let him breathe on his own with brain matter outside his skull,” said Dr Githinji, who attended to Sally’s boyfriend. “He had three gunshot wounds. All at close range,” Dr Githinji said. Cameron succumbed to his injuries. That is when Sally called her father.
Jirongo, the former YK 92 boss, says the killing of Cameron would have passed off as a normal robbery gone wrong until the daughter received a text message a few days later. “The message was warning my daughter to keep quiet or else…” said Jirongo. The former lawmaker now believes that the message was not meant for his daughter but him.
“The message was for me. The law of probability doesn’t work like that, the police were trying to tell me such text messages are written by inmates but the fact it was sent just days after the boy’s killing means something else,” he said.
Jirongo captured national headlines when he claimed that high-ranking Government officials were behind the murder of businessmanJacob Juma on the first week of May this year. The killing of Cameron has raised questions whether it was a robbery gone wrong or a coded warning to Jirongo over the remarks he made during a requiem mass of Juma.
“I made the remarks as an elder in my community… what they do before they kill you is first send such messages to those close to you… and again, I just raised concerns because JacobJuma’s killers were never arrested,” said Jirongo.
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