\u201cLet this not be the way to settle disputes among police officers in the country, it is a painful thing.\u201d\u00a0 Those are the words of Eunice Ouru, the sister of police officer John Ogweno who is believed to have been killed by his colleague Carolyne Kangogo two weeks ago. Ouru said the family had suffered emotionally because of the events that claimed the lives of her brother, Kiambu businessesman Peter Ndwiga and Kangogo herself. Ouru spoke after viewing Ogweno\u2019s body at the Kasarani Police Line estate in Nakuru, ahead of his burial today in Homa Bay County. She said Ogweno was the sole breadwinner of his young family and an important member of the extended family. \u00a0 \u201cMy brother was a very humble and kind person. All those who interacted with him can testify. It is painful,\u201d said Ouru. Ogweno\u2019s father Edward Ouru Ombae said the news of his son\u2019s death was like a dagger driven into his heart. He added that it was unfortunate that his son\u2019s life was brought to a premature end in the hands of a fellow officer. \u201cThe death has robbed us of Johnny while in his prime. I had high expectations of him,\u201d he said. He called on police service to ensure such incidents are minimised, saying people should solve disputes without resorting to violence. \u201cPray for us during this trying moment. I am deeply hurt by this incident,\u201d said Ombae. Senior officers including Nakuru East Sub-County Police Commander Phanton Analo was present during the viewing. Ogweno\u2019s remains have been moved to Sengre Village, Ringa in Rachuonyo East Sub County in Homa Bay ahead of today\u2019s burial. He leaves behind two children and two wives. Kangogo is believed to have committed suicide at her Elgeyo Marakwet home after being on the run for two weeks.