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Kanduyi MP Wafula Wamunyinyi on the Spot After Staff Dies Under Mysterious Circumstances

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Peter Oteng
Kanduyi MP Wafula Wamunyinyi's Communication officer Peter Oteng (Image/Courtesy)

Kanduyi Member of Parliament (MP) Wafula Wamunyinyi is on the spot after his communications officer, Peter Oteng was found dead under mysterious circumstances.

The staff, Peter Oteng who is popularly known as Storm Dwarchild was found unconscious around midnight by passersby, a few minutes from his house at Sunrise Estate. He had deep-cut wounds and was bleeding profusely at the time he was discovered.

When questioned about the same, the MP stated that he had met Storm, among other members of his staff at a restaurant and everyone left for their homes after 10 PM. Apparently, Storm called a boda boda rider whom he was familiar with to drop him home.

“Storm called a motorcycle rider, whom he knew, to take him home. One of his colleagues paid for him the fare because he didn’t have loose cash,” Wamunyinyi stated.

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He further revealed that less than one hour after Storm had left the restaurant, he received a call from the police alerting him that his staff had been found dead, in what is presumed as murder.

As questions linger among residents as to whether the MP had a hand in Storm’s death, they have ideally called for speedy investigations into the matter while condemning the incident.

Residents want the relevant authorities to speed investigations and bring those responsible for the young man’s death to book.

Storm was also an artist and a music performer who had previously worked with Kimili MP Didmus Barasa as his communications officer.

Some of Storm’s popular songs Covid-19 and the Luhya anthem “Vindu Vichenjanga” which talks about the changes and transition from grass to grace.

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