The woman of sentry Geoffrey Otieno Okuto, who’s charged with murder in the payoff of a namer in Malindi, didn’t commit self-murder as has been claimed.
According to earlier reports, Judy Okuto failed on Monday, November 7, for an unidentified reason.
In a report published byKenyans.co.ke, Nancy Owino, the departed’s bastard, claimed that her aunt failed of high blood pressure, a condition she had long plodded with.
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Owino stated that “ her head jitters exploded, ” adding, “ We can not pinpoint the specific thing that made her blood pressure soar.”
She passed down from a stroke brought on by inordinate blood pressure, according to a posthumous that was performed on Tuesday, November 8, ” Owino stated.
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The family bemoaned how the news of their relation’s end spread online, with bloggers professing that she committed herself.
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Owino responded to internet claims, saying, “ I know this is what gives you plutocrat, but kindly this is my aunt you’re talking about, and anything you’re suggesting isn’t true.
She contended with detractors to stop exacerbating the family’s pain and give them space to discreetly mourn their loved one.
I do n’t know how or from where people entered the tale of my aunt killing herself, ” she lamented.
Judy leaves behind two daughters. When she was the Malindi MP, Aisha Jumwa’s sentry was Geoffrey Otieno Okuto, her hubby.
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Ngumbao Jola was shot dead following the chaos that broke out during the Ganda Ward by- choices, and Jumwa and Okuto were held responsible.
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