Former LinkedIn boss, Thogori Karago found dead in a hotel room.

Police are investigating a case in which former LinkedIn Africa boss Thogori Chege Karago was found dead in his hotel room in Nairobi.

Karago’s body was found in his room at the Radisson Hotel along Waiyaki Way on January 21. He was 33 years old.

Police said they were called to the hotel, where they found Karago’s body lying in his third-floor apartment without interruption.

Preliminary tests revealed that she had diabetes. A team that arrived at the hotel said they found it locked inside and the woman was alone inside.

An ambulance was called to the scene and authorities confirmed he had died around 5 p.m.

Kilimani Police Chief Muturi Mbogo said the woman had no physical injuries at the time.

“There are indications that he had diabetes, but further investigations are ongoing. At the moment, we consider it a normal and sudden death,” he said.

The body was transferred to MP Shah Shah’s mortuary.

Hotels and families did not answer questions about the matter. An online memory – ›thogori-karago – has opened to celebrate his life.

“It’s a place to celebrate your life by sharing beautiful memories, photos, music and more.”

According to her website, she is the founder of SpeakEasy, a fast-growing content creation and marketplace aimed at promoting the voices of female and child creators.

“He is a highly sought-after angel investor, consultant, chief software engineer and product manager in startups. He currently sits on the advisory board to start a business 6 led by a few founders.”

Karago was a former software engineer and product manager at LinkedIn and head of research and development for the African continent.

Karago was responsible for overseeing the growth of LinkedIn on the African continent with a vision to create economic opportunities for every member of the African working class.

Prior to that, Karago led a revenue-generating team of products registered on LinkedIn, where his team worked to connect job seekers with the knowledge and skills they needed to succeed in the current rental market.

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