What Killed Hon. John Oroo, MP for Bonchari Constituency?
By Sonofbatman | self meida writer
Published 17 days ago - 13584 views
Residents of Bonchari Constituency were today morning left reeling in shock after their area MP succumbed to an illness in Agha Khan Hospital, Kisumu.
The Member of Parliament was serving his second term in Parliament and was part of the education committee.
The speaker for the house, Justin Muturi, through his Twitter handle, expressed his condolences to the family and the people of Bonchari at large at the loss of such a leader.
The gorverner for Kisii also expressed his sympathies to the family.
The MP was elected on a PDP ticket to Parliament. Cause of death is still uncertain as to family remains mum on what Killed the MP.
However, reports flooding in, indicate that the late member of Parliament succumbed to Covid 19 related complications.
It seems like Kisii region is rife for politics this time round. We can only wait to see what the Tangatanga and Kieleweke factions will bring this time round.
Let's hope there won't be arrests this time.
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