Nation Journalist opens up about last moment with Sharon Otieno

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Nation journalist Barrack Oduor has finally opened up on what happened before the brutal killing of Rongo University student Sharon Otieno.

He had received a call from somebody who identified himself as the governor asking him to handle the matter through his personal assistant.

Oduor went on to reveal how he met Sharon upto the point of their meeting at Graca hotel in Rongo town.

“We met for the first time almost a month ago and she told me that she had been having an affair with the governor. I questioned her about her details and she said she was a student. She also told me that she wanted the story made public because the governor had neglected her. Even so, she admitted to have received Sh100,000 from the governor three weeks before our meeting, an amount she said was too little as compared to what she had been receiving from him before he started ignoring her calls and texts.” He said

After the revelation Oduor and Sharon set out to get to the bottom of the matter before meeting up with governor Obado’s P.A on the fateful day.

“On reaching Rongo town I suggested that we have the meeting at Graca hotel…We saw two men standing by the roadside. They got into the car and shoved me aside before ordering me to switch off my phone. The men asked us not to worry and that they were taking us to the governor. That was the last conversation before jumped out of the moving car.” He added

Police are still holding governor Obado’s personal assistant, michael Oyamo in connection with the brutal murder.

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