A section of Rongo University Students stormed Sharon Otieno’s home and disrupted the burial ceremony for sometime as they demanded for justice.
The students approached the area chanting “rest in peace and in power,” stating that she was a good comrade.
Peter Kaluma, who is Homa Bay Town MP and the family’s lawyer was speaking at the time of their arrival but had to pose in order to allow them to grief.
They acknowledged the move as the beginning of the fight for justice adding that she did not deserve to die in such a vicious manner.
It has been about one and a half months since the 26-year-old Sharon Otieno was abducted and her lifeless body found in a thicket in Oyugis.
After being reluctant to bury Sharon for a long period of time, his family says that the belief that they will soon get justice for their slain daughter informed their decision to finally lay her to rest today.
“We have seen suspects connected to her murder arraigned in court. We are happy with the investigations so far and believe her killers will pay for their crimes,” he said.
Migori Governor, Okoth Obado and his two aides, Michael Oyamo and Casper obiero are still in police custody in connection to the gruesome murder of the university student. The trio denied the charges in front of Justice Jessy Lessit and are poised to return to court on October 24 for their bail hearing.