Edwin Chiloba was murdered and his body was thrown in a metallic box outside. Many leaders and organizations have asked the government to move with speed so that the suspects who committed the crime are all arrested and charged. The prime suspect of the murder of LGBTQ Activist Edwin Chiloba was his roommate Jackton Odhiambo who has already been arrested.
According to OCDP of Langas he has confirmed that Jackton Odhiambo has pleaded guilty of killing Edwin Chiloba because he cheated on him since the two were dating and residing together. The neighbours said they heard the two quarrelling but they never gave much information due to fear of their security.
The two other suspects who Jackton said they helped him kill Chiloba are being hunted by the police so that they can be brought to justice. Homosexually is illegal in the county but no one has a right to kill anyone else because of infidelity. Leave your comments below and kindly follow for more updates.
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