The body of Mark Barasa, a 99-year-old former representative for Bungoma East, was found brutally murdered and dumped at his home farm in Tongaren Bungoma county with some body parts missing, including his eyes, tongue, and left hand.
The family is in a state of mourning. This came after he inexplicably vanished for a few days, leading his Alzheimer's disease-stricken family to believe that he had forgotten to go home due to memory loss.
The deceased's body is currently lying at Cherengany Nursing Home Mortuary while a post-mortem examination determines the reason of his demise and find more details about those responsible for his murder so that they can be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
Between 1963 and 1969, the late honorable Mark Barasa served the residents of Bungoma East. He will be recognized for his numerous contributions to the county and the nation as a whole. Kenya has lost a stalwart nationalist. May he rest in peace forever.
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