Another Rongo University Dies Mysteriously after Sharon Otieono’s murder

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Another Rongo University student died mysteriously barely days after the brutal murder of Sharon Otieno.

Kelvin Ngui, a fourth year student pursuing a Bachelors degree in Tourism and Hospitality disappeared on September 19, before his body was found along River Kuja in Rongo Sub county five days later.

Pathologists are expected to conduct a postmortem on the body to establish the cause of his death.

Rongo OCPD Peter Kirui said the body is supposed to be examined on Thursday at Rosewood Hospital mortuary.

Mr. Kirui however said they have received unconfirmed reports that the parents of the deceased are still divided over the anticipated postmortem exercise.

The OCPD said they are waiting to see if the parents of the deceased will be able to avail themselves.

Meanwhile, Sharon Otieno will finally be laid to rest tomorrow (Friday). She will be buried in the home of her grandfather Samuel Odege’s home at Magare Village in Homa Bay Sub County.

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“Pastors and elders from Magare Got Seventh Day Adventist Church will conduct the burial. We shall lay her to rest next to where her foetus was buried,” Sharon’s mother Melida Auma said.

Sharon was lured to abduction by Migori governor’s aide Michael Oyamo on the 3rd of September. Her mutilated body was found in Kodera forest near Oyugis two days later.

A postmortem revealed that the seven month pregnant lady had been gang raped before being stabbed eight times. One of the stabs had penetrated her womb and killed the unborn child.

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Governor Obado, who was the father of the unborn baby, has been charged with two counts of murder. That of his son and his girlfriend. The governor’s two aides Oyamo and Caspal Obiero are also in custody on the same charges.

Obado will appear in court next week on Wednesday where a ruling on his bail application will be made.

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