Michael Oyamo claimed he was also a victim of kidnapping - He alleged he managed to escape and reported the matter to the police - His version sounded similar to that given by Nation journalist, Barrack Oduor - But the authorities did not buy the story and continued to hold Oyamo - Governor Obado's PA, now a suspect in Sharon's murder, is expected to appear in court on Monday
The controversy surrounding the brutal murder of Rongo University student, Sharon Otieno, has taken yet another twist after one of the key suspects in the high profile homicide claimed he was also a victim of abduction. Michael Oyamo, Migori Governor Zachary Okoth Obado's personal assistant, claimed he was kidnapped alongside the deceased student and Nation Media Group journalist, Barack Oduor, contrary to the allegations that he helped orchestrate the abduction and subsequent murder
Body of pregnant Rongo student who was kidnapped with journalist found in forest Migori Governor Zachary Okoth Obado's personal assistant, Michael Oyamo, claimed he was kidnapped alongside the deceased student and Nation Media Group journalist, Barack Oduor.
The suspect alleged he somehow escaped from his brute kidnappers after they badly clobbered him, but he did not explain how exactly he managed to escape. The authorities however found it difficult to buy the suspect's kidnapping story, citing major discrepancies in the time frames he gave.
“There were discrepancies in the time-lines. It showed he took 30 minutes from hospital in Kisii to the police station in Uriri, which is not possible,” one of the officials privy to the case disclosed on condition of anonymity.
The journalist had alleged the suspect left him and the slain woman in the hands of the kidnappers but he narrowly escaped by jumping out of a moving vehicle. Oduor, who suffered injuries on his knees, then sought refuge in a nearby homestead. Oyamo was later arrested in connection with kidnapping the journalist and the woman.
15 Feb, 2019  0  Comments
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