Michael Oyamo speaks on what happened the day Sharon was murdered

Inside Michael Oyamo's statement to the police

Oyamo di not denying meeting Ms Otieno, who was in the company of Nation journalist Barrack Oduor.

In his statement following his arrest, Oyamo said that after his kidnappers attacked him, he proceeded to seek treatment in Kisii and claimed he was arrested while heading to a police station to report the incident.

Oduor, on his part, said that he and the deceased university student left Rongo after Oyamo told them he would take them to meet Governor Obado.

The Nation journalist added that it was on their way to meet the Governor that they were joined by two men who wore masks, and later attempted to strangle him. Sensing danger, Oduor said he jumped out of the moving car and sustained injuries on his knees.

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