A post-mortem examination has revealed that businesswoman Caroline Wanjiku Maina succumbed to injuries sustained from blunt force trauma exacted on her forehead and back.

This is according to Wanjiku’s family, which said the autopsy also showed that their kin was injured on her left hip, hand and wrist during the ordeal after she was abducted in Nairobi.

Rose Thogori said the family was satisfied with the post-mortem results that showed her younger sister’s eyes had not been gouged out as had earlier been reported by police.

Thogori indicated that specimens had been collected from Wanjiku’s blood, kidney, liver, stomach, vagina as well as vaginal swabs and nail clippings for further forensic analysis.

Dr Charles Muturi conducted the autopsy at the Kenyatta Memorial Funeral Home on behalf of Chief Government Pathologist Dr Johansen Oduor.

Wanjiku will be buried on Friday at her parents’ ancestral home in Kangari, Murang'a County.

The former Co-operative Bank, Embu employee was abducted after being enticed by a gang of four that she would be aided to boost her Stima Sacco shares.

Police said she went missing after withdrawing Sh350,000 from her Co-operative Bank, Stima Plaza account on February 12 afternoon with her family and police launching a frantic search.

He vehicle was later found dumped in Kawangware the next day and four suspects, including her former boyfriend Edwin Otieno, Stevenson Oduor, Samwel Okoth and Mercy Gitiri arrested.

Wanjiku’s partly decomposed body was found by locals dumped in a bush in Paranai, Kajiado County on February 15 with police investigations leading to the arrest of the four suspects.