The mystery surrounding the Yala bodies that have been recovered in the past few days continues to puzzle many Kenyans especially after reports emerged that the bodies could have been killed elsewhere before the bodies were dumped in the river.
Two bodies have already been identified with one man identified as Cheplimo. He was reportedly abducted by three heavily built men before driving away.
According to his brother, their kin was Strangled to death using a rope that was found around his neck.
He also revealed that he had been tortured badly by the assailants. Another body of a Somali young man has also been recovered.
The Families are pleading with the government to intervene and ensure justice is served to the family of the deceased. The issue of forced disappearances have been troubling the country for the longest time possible with many families left in pain after their loved ones were taken away In unclear circumstances.
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