Kanduyi MP Wafula Wamunyinyi (left) at Storm's requiem mass held at Bungoma KMTC, source files.
Peter popularly known as Storm Dwarchild was brutally murdered last weekend while going to his house at night.
Unlike other funerals where leaders mourn the dead and comfort the bereaved, stormed funeral was marred by condemnation as Bungoma MPs hurled unbearable utterances to Bungoma senator Moses Wetangula.
MPs Wafula Wamunyinyi of Kanduyi constituency, John Waluke of Sirisia constituency and Eseli Simiyu of Tongaren constituency slammed Wetangula for overstaying on the political landscape of Bungoma county and upholding dictatorial tendencies.
Bungoma leaders pay tribute to Storm who was murders by unknown gang last weekend, source files.
"This death is likely to be resulting from Ford Kenya wrangles but let us leave it unto the police to finish up investigations," said Wamunyinyi.
On his side Tongaren Mp Eseli Simiyu condemned Wetangula for becoming a nuisance to development in the county.
"We cannot be disturbed by one person for all this decades, his tenure must come to an end," he said
Sirisia Mp John Waluke also condemned Storm's brutal murder and cautioned security organs to take charge early so that people do not lose lives as election period approaches.
"These inhuman activities are common in our county, we even saw this during Kabuchai by elections, police should act because the culprits are known,"said Waluke, however failing to name the culprits.
Kimilili Mp Didmus Wekesa Barasa refrained from local politics and eulogized Storm as a dedicated young man.
Bungoma senator Moses Wetangula, he has been faulted for retarding development in Bungoma, source files.
Bungoma Governor Wycliffe Wangamati also attended the funeral and urged security organs to speed up pursuit of Storm's assailants.
No leader mentioned a suspect of the brutal murder as the matter is in the hands of security organs.
Storm will be buried at his ancestral home in Uganda.
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