The bodyâ€™s post-mortem had been scheduled to take place on Thursday, September 23.
According to the familyâ€™s spokesperson, Burton Njoroge, the hospital expected the family to produce signed documents to prove identity.
This is because James had been admitted to the hospital as an â€œunknown adult,â€ which meant that his identity could not be linked to anyone.
The family and friends of the doctor had therefore gone to the commissioner of oathâ€™s office to confirm his identity.
In an interview with the press, the familyâ€™s spokesperson mentioned that the hospital needed a signed affidavit, before conducting the post mortem, as it is the norm.
â€œWe came here in the morning expecting the post-mortem to be conducted but were sent away and asked to bring the documents,” Njoroge mentioned.
Njoroge said they were sent to court and luckily, they were able to finish the process without any challenges.
The familyâ€™s spokesperson has remarked that they have done all the necessary procedures, have confirmed the identity and are now waiting to be told when the process will take place.
“We are just waiting for the relevant office to change the hospital file from that of an unknown person to a known person for the process to start,â€ he noted.
Notably, Njoroge mentioned that Jamesâ€™ widow, Winnie Odhiambo, was progressing well.
She had been admitted to the hospital following the shock that resulted in the demise of her husband.
â€œThe doctorâ€™s wife is okay. She is stable but is yet to come to terms with the demise of her children and husband,” he noted.