Rachel Shebesh reveals what happened minutes before her husband shot himself 

Rachel Shebesh's husband was taken to Nairobi hospital after the shooting incident.

According to the former women rep, the husband was servicing his gun in the room on Wednesday morning before it discharged by mistake."We were all in the house, he was in the bedroom alone, servicing his gun, we just heard a loud bang and when we went in, we found out that he had injured his thigh," she stated

Shebesh also insisted that the shooting was an accident and urged Kenyans to stop speculating adding that her husband was an expert in guns.

Mr Ambundo was rushed to Nairobi hospital where he is recuperating from the gunshot wound.However, a detective investigating the incident claimed that Shebesh's husband had shot himself twice.

The detective, who spoke on condition of anonymity, questioned how one could shoot himself twice.

“We want to establish whether it is possible for one to shoot himself twice, at what angle among other possibilities,” the officer revealed.

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