Sharon Otieno who was kidnapped and later his body found death at the forest,The clinical officer who was after her clearance tells the court that he was given Ksh1500 by the personal assistant of governor of Migori county,Zacharia Okoth Obado to falsify the late sharon Otieno's Medical document.
The late sharon obado was found death in a forest after he was kidnapped,Governor of migori county,Obado Okoth was suspected to be behind this case,therefore,they colluded with a clinical officer through his Personal assistant to bribe the clinical officer to fake the medical documents so as to escape trial according to the clinical officer.
The clinical officer has raised the eye brows of many kenyans by being open to the court before trial that he was given only kenyan shillings one thousand five hundred to falsify the the late sharon Otieno's medical documents,therefore,his confession before the court will facilitate the court in ruling out the case.
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