This was after several bodies were discovered in the river that has caused uproar and panic around the country.
After the recovery, families with missing kins have been urged to visit te facility to help identified the bodies as DCI continues with the DNA and more investigations
Sadly, another family from Busia county on Wednesday said they have identified their kin, who disappeared two years ago, at the Yala sub-county hospital mortuary.
According to the young lady they could not easily identify her dad's body, however out of a leg scar they managed to find him.
"He was tightly tied with ropes showing signs of serious torture", she said sobbing.
According to detectives the middle-aged man seem to have been drowned by his killers or killed then dumped into the river.
Currently, an identification process is underway to help families with closure.
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