Migori county governor Okoth Obado's Political future is in limbo as the high court has decided to proceed with the murder case against him.
The embattled governor defected from orange democratic movement party and promised to run for presidency but now it seems his ambitions may soon come to an end.
This is because the high court has told the prosecution to continue and bring in the witnesses as they have denied to postpone the case.
"Sharon Otieno murder case against Migori Governor Obado to proceed after Nairobi court declines to postpone trial, directs prosecution to present witnesses," citizen tv posted.
The case comes years after Obado has thought that it ended in shallow waters and left a free man but now it seems there are some fresh forces that have decided to push for the case to be heard.
Sharon Was a rongo university student but Obado's side chick who was killed in cold blood days after she revealed that Obado had impregnated her.
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