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Mystery over floating bodies at Yala river deepens as 2 more bodies are discovered.

On Wednesday, the National Police Service issued a statement after 19 bodies were retrieved from River Yala in Siaya County.

In a statement dated Wednesday, January 19, and signed by the police spokesperson, Bruno Shioso, it was revealed that a special unit had been formed to investigate the matter.

The police stated that the team made of officers from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) had started their investigations and would unravel the mystery behind the high number of bodies.

The bodies were found in sacks, some tied up and others mutilated.

He denied claims that the 19 bodies were dumped at once.

Picture Courtesy : Image used for illustration.

The mystery surrounding the floating human remains of river Yala deepens tonight after two more bodies were discovered in the same area raising further questions.

One body was retrieved while afloat at the Ndanu falls, while a decayed one was discovered at a bush at the banks of the river.

The families whose loved ones have been missing have begun streaming to the Yala sub-county hospital mortuary where 19 unknown remains are lying awaiting collection.

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Bruno Shioso Directorate of National Police Service Yala

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