Police Open Probe Into The Death Of A Chinese National In Nairobi
Bruhan Makong, Capital FM
November 17, 2022
Police in Nairobi have opened probe into the death of a Chinese national
whose lifeless body was discovered in Lavington on Wednesday.
Police said a variety of game trophies was also discovered in the house.
Police officers from Muthangari Police Station were dispatched to the scene
where found the body of Yang Changgui, 58, laying on his bed.
“It was reported by one Hoang Thi Diu a Chinese nationality together with
Mark Onanu all from Sunshine Court within Lavington Valley Arcade Mbaazi
Road that somebody had succumbed while asleep at the residential House No.
C13,” a police report read in part.
Police reports indicate that the deceased had a visible surgery scar at the
According to police, there were no visible injuries on the body of the
Upon conducting a further search in the house, police recovered 78 pieces
of elephant ivory, two pieces of rhino horns, three sets of communication
gadgets, two sets of stamps belonging to Hua Xoang Development Limited, an
apparent Chinese company, and a seal belonging to Huang Xoang Development
Limited, another firm.
Also recovered were 65 pieces of lion teeth, 160 pieces of lion claws, two
pieces of ivory sculptures and a piece of animal skin of an unknown animal.
Two phones, a printer, two cheque books and a receipt both from Stanbic
Bank, and a big electric saw was also found in the house.
The scene processed by scene of crime detectives from Dagoreti.
The body of the victim was moved to Chiromo Mortuary pending an autopsy.