The latest development comes barely few weeks when media propagandist Boniface Mwangi posted a tweet showing the number of unidentified dead bodies that were being dumped at Yala hospital mortuary.
The unidentified bodies were being pulled out from River Yala.
Today Mwangi together with human rights activist Khalid visited the river and Yala Sub-County morgue and what they saw was heartbreaking.
A local who spoke to the press said the following;
"At Yala mortuary we saw 21 bodies listed as “unknown men.” Most of them bore marks of torture, tied with ropes, polythene bags on their heads and some had deep cuts. The bodies are decomposing fast and it’s likely they will be buried in a mass grave very soon." He said.
"Okero told us there are still many bodies rotting on River Yala. We didn’t believe him but agreed to follow him to the River. In a span of minutes, he had spotted and shown us two bodies. The whole scene was sickening. We told him we had seen enough." He added.
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