Former Makueni Senator, the late Mutula Kilonzo’s death has remained a mystery among Kenyans as his family still seeks answers.
An autopsy report has ruled out the possibility that the deceased used a sex-enhancing drug before he met his tragic death.
While testifying in a Machakos court, a Nakuru based medical doctor S.W Mwangi said there was no evidence of any physical injury following the examination of the late senator’s body after the death.
The late Kilonzo was discovered lifeless at his Kwa Kyelu ranch’s home in Machakos County on April 27, 2013.
The doctor told Senior Resident Magistrate Kipkurui Kibellion that the late lawmaker died because of massive bleeding within his chest and cranial cavity.
He also said the deceased had elevated pressure because of different factors.
“Honourable Mutula Kilonzo died of massive hemorrhage (bleeding) into the chest and cranial cavity significantly elevated blood pressure due to several factors including but not limited to excess ingestion of pseudoephedrine with caffeine,” he told the court.
Mwangi said an examination of different features at the deceased’s home did not show any evidence of sex-enhancing drugs.
“After a thorough overview of the items at the late senator’s home, no tablets were identified with features suggestive of Viagra, other types of sildenafil or Cialis equivalents,” he said in a report.
The late Mutula Kilonzo’s family has been lamenting on the delay into his death’s inquest.