A Kenyan Woman is in distress and extreme pain after heartbreakingly losing her 26-year-old daughter. Sharon Otieno was abducted and killed while seven months pregnant.
It is believed that it is the politician who organized for her abduction and
death after having a misunderstanding with him. Sharon’s mother said that when she saw her daughter pregnant, she asked her who the father of the unborn baby was and she said that it was Migori Governor Obando.
Auma told the media that she told her daughter to keep off from the politician immediately she said to her that he was the father of the infant. Sharon insisted that he had promised to take care of the child and also buy her house.
Sharon was a second-year student at Rongo University in Kenya. Sharon’s mother also said that a few weeks before her death, she had been living in fear. She was afraid of walking alone. In fact, during her time of the abduction, she was together with a Nation Media Group Journalist by the name Barrack Oduor. Barrack luckily escaped by jumping out of the speeding car leaving him with injuries.
Sharon’s father painfully speaks about the horrific state of Sharon’s body which indicates that she must have been brutally murdered. Mr. Otieno, her father, said that her daughter’s body had several deep cuts.
“From behind she had been pierced with a sharp object, probably a knife. On the left side of her stomach, the intestines were spilling. By the neck, she had a deep wound. On the hand, she also had a deep cut.” said the father almost in tears.
While many Kenyans criticized the act, many social media comments indicated a warning to young girls against looking for prominent and wealthy men to get funds. The late Sharon Otieno is among the many girls who died in mysterious ways after dating prominent men in the government.
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