The police are investigating an incident where UDA aspirant lost his life on unclear circumstances.
Mark Bowen who is also known as Sawachan was found lying unconscious in the middle of the road along Eldoret-Malaba road.
The Sambirir Ward UDA Member of County Assembly aspirant was rushed to Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital (MTRH) by well wishers but he was pronounced death on arrival.
According to the reports from police, the MCA aspirant was having some serious injuries on his head and his legs were broken bringing confusion on the situation that led to loss of his life.
The incident was confirmed by Uasin Gishu County police Commander Ayub Gitonga who said that investigations are going on to unveil the cause of the aspirant's death since he was spotted while healthy just 24 hours before the incident.
Elgeyo Marakwet County Senator Kipchumba Murkomen mourned him as a leader who had a bright future in politics and urged the police to speed the investigation.
Bowen died less than a month since he was issued a UDA party certificate to contest for MCA seat.
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