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I'll Miss You, LGBTQ Activist Chiloba's Sister Reveals Details Of Last Conversation Before His Death

Police in Uasin Gishu have launched investigations into the death of fashion model and LGBTQ activist Edwin Chiloba.

The body of Chiloba was found stashed in a metallic box along the Kipenyo-Kaptinga road, in Kapsaret.

The body was discovered after boda boda riders, plying their trade within the area, informed police of a suspicious-looking vehicle that had dumped the metallic box along the route.

When the police opened the metallic box they found a body dressed in a woman's clothing that was already decomposing.

His body was taken to the Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital (MTRH) for preservation awaiting postmortem.

The family of the deceased has positively identified his body at the MTRH mortuary.

Family members including his sister Melvin Faith are at the morgue where an autopsy is set is to be carried out on the body.

Melvin has narrated her final moments with her brother. She said they met for new year celebrations at Tamasha's place in Eldoret.

She said that after the new year fireworks, at around 1am, he bid her farewell saying he would miss her.


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