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Governor Obado to undergo DNA test in Sharon Otieno’s murder case

Obado on the spot

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Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) George Kinoti said that the medical test is part of the probe into the brutal killing of Sharon.

At the time of death, Sharon was seven-months pregnant and it is said that Mr. Obado could have been responsible for the pregnancy.

The 26-year-old was abducted alongside Nation journalist Barrack Oduor before she was murdered and her mutilated body dumped in Kodera Forest.

Mr. Oduor, who was following up on a love affair story involving Sharon and Governor Obado, divulged that the second year student disclosed to him that the County boss had refused to take responsibility of the unborn child.

On Tuesday, Mr. Obado took himself to the DCI offices after he was summoned by detectives probing the murder.

The Governor has been mentioned vastly in the murder as his Personal Assistant Micheal Oyamo was among the last person in contact with Sharon and the Nation journalist.

Mr. Oyamo was arrested over the abduction of Sharon and Mr Oduor.

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