Hon Okoth Obado, who is the current Governor for Migori County, and also a close ally to Deputy President William Samoei Ruto attended a burial ceremony in his county, mourned over sudden death of Cooughan Ochieng'. (Courtesy photo)
According to his recent post, he said he joined mourners during the burial of Cooughan Ochieng', who until his death was a student at Obuda university, Hungary.(Courtesy photo)
He added that he was studying Engineering, and was a beneficiary of the Kenyatta Trust Fund. He revealed that circumstances surrounding Ochieng's demise is still unclear.
He therefore call upon the two governments; Kenya and Hungary to speed up investigations into the cause of his death.His post attracted several comments from Kenyans, majority of them joined him in mourning the sudden death of Cooughan Ochieng'. They further prayed for the family, relatives and friends at this hardest time in the history of their life.
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