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Relatives of the wife of Kumul Telikom Holdings Limited Managing Director Jessie Wangua has demanded that a thorough investigation is carried to ascertain the cause of the death of their relative, Jenny.
They appeared at Post Courier yesterday and made their point clear after the Board and Management of Kumul Telikom Holdings Limited expressed sincere sympathy to the family of Mr Wangua and at the same time appealed for people not to spread rumours on social media about what caused Jenny’s death.
“Until such time we strongly advise the perpetrators using social media to refrain from spreading false accusations and allegations,” the statement said.
Relatives of late Jenny said her death on Wednesday at a private hospital in Port Moresby was because of severe beating that she suffered.
Police homicide officers are investigating the cause of her death.
Post Courier reports they have visited the body at a funeral home and and have taken note of Jenny’s physical appearance.
They will also acquire eye witness accounts based on allegations but the post mortem is the important procedure which medical experts will give police expert view on the cause of the death.
A police investigator told Post Courier: “There are two conflicting stories that we are investigating, one is that she had gone through a surgery and the other is that she had sustained physical injury causing her death. These are all technicalities of investigation to verify in a homicide.
They have refuted claims of police being influenced.