Migori Governor Okoth Obado had previously requested his supporters and well-wishers to pray for him as investigations into the murder of Sharon Otieno intensified.
Speaking for the first time in public after he was adversely mentioned in the events that preceded the abduction of the deceased, Obado distanced himself from the murder allegations, maintaining he had nothing to do with Otieno’s killing.
“To my supporters and the general electorate and also well-wishers who are with me in prayers, I urge that you should continue praying for me.
Obados problems seem to deepen as he has been denied bail for the second time at a Nairobi court .
He is expected to continue staying at the industrial area remand prison until October 8th.
— Citizen TV Kenya (@citizentvkenya) September 27, 2018