Kimilili Member of Parliament Didmus Barasa has yet again disclosed another disturbing death of one of his constituents. A man named Edwin Maruti was murdered in similar circumstances as a popular musician Peter Oteng' alias Storm Dwarchild who was killed on the night of Friday, August 6.
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Taking to Twitter to break the news, the legislator called for action to be taken by the relevant authorities.
"Barely a day after the brutal murder of my former employee @StormDwarChild, I woke up to yet another disturbing news of the brutal murder of Edwin Maruti from Matili in my constituency through similar circumstances. @IG_NPS smell the coffee and stop this. @DCI_Kenya @tv47ke" he wrote.
More is yet to be uncovered about Edwin Maruti.
Peter Oteng' until his death served as the communications officer of Kanduyi MP Wafula Wamunyinyi. He was also the former communications officer for Kimilili MP Didmus Barasa. According to TUKO News, his death is suspected to be carried out by unknown assailants in Bungoma town.
More to follow.
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