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Teacher wails bitterly after identifying body of brother who went missing in Nakuru in river Yala

A school teacher wails bitterly after identifying the body of her brother who went missing in Nakuru, dumped in River Yala.

The school teacher was unable to hold back her tears after identifying her missing brother from remains that were pulled out from River Yala.

She wailed agonising and asking how her brother who went along Nairobi-Nakuru highway in November 2021 was dumped in River Yala.

"Oh God why? Ndirangu is no more Why did he travel all the way to Nakuru! You should have told us that you went there to die," she cried.

The latest development comes barely one day when a special forensic group was dispatched to River Yala to investigate the 19 unclaimed bodies.

In a report on Wednesday, Police spokesman Bruno Shioso stated that the bodies had been deserted in the river for the last two years.

The bodies were found stashed in sacks, tied up and others mutilated. 

Shioso urged anyone with information to file complaints to the nearby police station to help in the investigations.

Journalists who toured the river said there were more bodies floating on top of the River.

Some locals who have positively filed the recoveries said that the 20 bodies were pulled out from July last year. 

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Bruno Shioso Ndirangu River Yala Shioso


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