Heavy Security Deployed at the Late Mark Too's Home

January 8, 2017, 3:58 am

- Heavy security has been deployed at the late Mark Too's home ahead of his funeral slated for Monday, January 9

- The family lawyer had previously sought a court order to halt the funeral until investigations into the former lawmaker's death were completed

- The lawyer claimed that the former MP might have been assassinated for his vast wealth and powerful political ties

Heavy security has been deployed at the late former MP's Eldoret home ahead of his internment expected to be on Monday, January 9.


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It seems that the funeral will still go on as planned despite an earlier court order stopping the funeral.

Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy, William Ruto are expected to attend the funeral of the late lawmaker.

The burial committee met the family following the court order and dissolved later handing over the burial plans to the family.


The committee added that the dissolution was in respect to the court order issued earlier by an Eldoret court.

The court order stopping the funeral was issued after claims that the former MP was assassinated on account of his vast wealth and political leanings.


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Lawyer Simon Lilan said that the circumstances under which Too died raised a lot of questions and his hurried burial was not helping things.

Lilan said further that the post mortem results from the government pathologist were not conclusive enough to clear the doubts on Too's death.

Source: Tuko


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