An autopsy report has revealed that Churchill Show comedian Joseph Musyoki Kivindu popularly known as Kasee was poisoned.
The news was made public by Ken Waudo, the chairman of the Comedians In Kenya Society who received the autopsy report from the Chiromo Mortuary dated Friday, July 3.
“The final results of postmortem conducted on the late comedian indicate that he had drunk from a poisoned chalice (sic),” said Waudo.
According to a report by Tuko, Waudo also revealed that before his death, Kasee received a call from his friends on Sunday, June 28 who asked him to join them for a drink later in the day.
He added that after enjoying the drinks, the comedian complained of severe stomach ache and even called his dad to inform him.
“Kasee was chilling at home with his wife and kids when he was called to go hang out with friends and have some drinks. He later felt unwell saying his stomach was disturbing him and even called his dad to inform him of the same,” Waudo said.
Kasee was found dead around Nginduri area in Kinoo, Kiambu County last week.
He was buried over the week at Itumunduni Village, Masinga Location, Matuu, Machakos County, under strict adherence to COVID-19 measures as supervised by authorities.
The funny man, who previously struggled with alcoholism, had reportedly been getting his life back on track and even opened a wholesale business before relapsing.
He is survived by two children and a wife.