A popular and real estate business developer's family is in anguish and pain after their patron was found in the neighboring country Uganda. The badly mutilated body of the victim was discovered a day after he went missing from his Eldoret Town based office where he conducts his business by unknown assailants.
According to The Standard digital news platform, the victim identified as Paul Mutai Koshior was found by Ugandan Police officer dumped in a maize plantation bearing horrible marks reminiscent of torture by his assailants. His vital documents were missing except an ID card that was found at the scene comprising including a passport photo and over 50 thousand shillings.
The family reported him missing a day after alleged county officials enforcement unit under the leadership of the governor allegedly destroyed a structure at his land. He is said to have called to inform his son of his whereabouts barely hours after he was allegedly abducted.
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