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LGBTQ activist Edwin Chiloba whose body was found in metal box speaks recalls last moments

The family of activist LQBTQ Edwin Chiloba has finally broken their silence following the brutal death of their kin in Uasin Gishu County.

The bereaved family positively identified his body at the Moi Referral Hospital mortuary in Eldoret.

The press has established that the slain activist real name is Edwin Kiprotich Kiptoo. Chiloba was his nickname.

His sister Melvin Faith together with other relatives were at the mortuary where autsopsy is to be conducted on the body.

Melvin also narrated her last moments with Chiloba with whom they were with on new year eve at Tamasha's place in Eldoret.

Melvin who is a casual labourer at Tamasha, says Chiloba arrived at her place at around 10 pm with a friend whom she never knew.

"At around 1 am after the new year celebrations, they came to my house and he bid me goodbye saying he would miss me," Melvin said.

He said Chiloba was in good moods and jovial person.

The family added that Chiloba stayed in a rented room at Kimumu on the Eldoret-Iten Road.

Police in Eldoret have now noted that they are now pursuing crucial leads to unravel those linked in the killing of Chiloba on Wednesday.

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