It is exactly three year since gruesome murder of university student, Sharon Otieno and her unborn baby occured in the country. It was a painful murder scenario that attracted massive reactions from the public pressuring the DCI to get into the button of the matter to unravel the culprits behind the merciless killings.
One of the main suspect was migori governor, Okoth Obado who was accused to be behind the foul play since the DNA proved that he was the father to the unborn baby.
The hearing of the case have finally resumed after being haltered for a year as a result of corona virus pandemic. The high court today have delt the governor a blow after stating that the hearing will go on as planned for the next 10 days. This occured after the governor, through his lawyers had requested the case to be postponed citing fears due to the current corona virus pandemic.
The action by the court to decline the request has been praised since it showed a progress that the justice will be served to the family of the victim, after several years of suffering following the loss of the student who was yet to graduate.
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