Friday, May 18, 2012
POLICE DELAY THE FINDINGS OVER DIANA NEKOYE'S BOYFRIEND'S DEATH
Lang’ata divisional Police chief David Bunei confirmed that Nekoye had been questioned and was cooperating with officers investigating Grieves-Cook’s death.The deceased was a Commercial Advertising Photographer at EyeQueue Productions based in Nairobi. In her statement to the police, Nekoye said she rushed to the balcony when the thugs were gone and found Grieves-Cook holding onto a metal bar, his legs hanging in the air and she wasn’t able to pull him up. She went back to the house to try and get something that could help her pull him up back up but when she returned to the balcony, he wasn’t there. That is when she saw his body lying on the concrete where he had fallen, most likely after running out of energy.
Grieves-Cook, a renowned commercial photographer and a tour company director died on Saturday night when he fell off the third floor balcony of Nekoye’s house while fleeing gangsters who had attacked them in the house, according to police and guards at the apartment.
Police need to unravel the mystery behind this death and the culprits be brought to book.