Sadiq Haarith spent 20 hours in Yala Sub-county morgue searching for his uncle who went missing 16 months ago.
According to Sadiq, his uncle identified as Issack Omar Muhumed went missing in September 2020.
Despite spending twenty hours at the highly congested morgue, his efforts proved futile.
The tearful pointed an accusing finger at the government for failing in its mandate to eradicate the ongoing killings.
When the news of the incident broke out, many families from across the country thronged Yala Sub-county morgue next the river clinging onto hope of finding their relatives who went missing under unclear circumstances.
Among those who toured Siaya was Sadiq whose uncle was kidnapped by men believed to be police officers in Wajir Town and has disappeared to date.
The latest development comes barely one week when the news that River Yala had turned out to be a dumping spot for unidentified bodies.
The National Police Service said that a special forensic officers attached to DCI headquarters had been sent to investigate the identification of bodies.
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