Politician to testify against Obado in Sharon Otieno’s Murder case

Other 30 witnesses will also testify against Governor Obado

Migori Governor Okoth Obado. Former Migori MCA is set to testify gainst Obado in Sharon Otieno's murder case

Detectives from Homicide department confirmed on Wednesday that Mula together with taxi driver Jack Gombe had been turned into witnesses who they believe have much information to share concerning the murder of Ms. Otieno and her unborn child.

30 witnesses to Testify against Governor Obado

According to Daily Nation report, sources privy to the ongoing investigations revealed that other 30 witnesses have also been prepared ready to testify against Governor Obado.

“So far, we have three suspects who have been charged in court and more than 30 witnesses,” said a source.

The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) boss George Kinoti has however, extended the search for the fugitives to Uganda and Tanzania, hoping to bring to book those who raped, stabbed and strangled Sharon.

Kinoti said he could not reveal more on the regional hunt, fearing that it might compromise the search.

“What is I can say is that they won’t have any place to hide. We are on their trail,” he said.

Governor Obado was released on October 24 on a cash bail of Sh5 million, after spending nearly five weeks at Indistrial Area Remand Prison in Nairobi.

His co-accused and Personal Assistant Michael Oyamo and Migori County clerk Caspal Obiero were denied bail and their case will be mentioned in May 2019.

Sharon Otieno Murder

Rongo University student Sharon Otieno, was abducted together with Nation Journalist Barrack Oduor on September 3 in Migori County.

Mr Oduor managed to escape death by a whisker after he jumped out of the kidnappers' speeding car at Nyangweso market on Homa Bay-Kisumu road.

Ms. Otieno was later on found dead and her body dumped in a thicket in Oyugis in Homa Bay County.

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