Jubilee Politician found Dead

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Thomas Minito, the ward representative of Churo Amaya had been missing for three days.

According to police, the MCA had decomposed beyond recognition. However, they identified him with using documents he was carrying including a URP party member’s card.

Police at the scene confirmed that his body had injuries on the head and neck believed to have been caused by a blunt object.

Minito was rushed to the nearby nursing home awaiting postmortem.

The MCA was facing charges related to violence in Baringo County where several people were killed.

Police have launched investigations into the murder.

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