Oruba estate in Suna West Sub-County of Migori County, 19-year-old Stephen Okinyi was fatally shot.


After being fatally wounded by police amid tense protests in Migori town, a child in grade three died.


At the Oruba estate in Suna West Sub-County of Migori County, 19-year-old Stephen Okinyi was fatally shot.


He attends Rabuor Kogello Secondary School as a student.


Okinyi was shot in the thigh early in the morning and taken to Oruba Nursing Home before being sent to a private hospital in the town of Migori.


Later, he died from his wounds.


Later, his body was taken to the mortuary at the Migori County Referral Hospital.


The boy's body was present at the establishment's mortuary, according to Ian Omuom, the medical director of Migori County Referral Hospital.


"He claimed he wanted to go outdoors and observe what was occurring while we were at home enjoying it." After 20 minutes. Okinyi's brother, Barack Ochieng, claimed that he had been shot.


He disclosed that his orphaned sibling had been sent home because of school tuition.


We learned that my brother had been shot at approximately 11 a.m. We are astonished that the police used extrajudicial killing when he was in a residential environment, Ochieng remarked.


Additionally, they are killing people who are not picketing.


Migori County's Charles Osewe Bunge la wananchi chair stated that since Maandamano began, they have been unhappy with the force used against them by the police.


He stated that this is the third fatality since last Friday in the town of Migori.


7 admitted to Kisumu hospitals with gunshot, arrow wounds One of the victims admitted to the hospital had an arrow stuck in his mouth.


According to Kisumu Deputy Governor Mathew Owili, seven individuals have been brought to various clinics in Sondu, Kisumu County, with gunshot and arrow wounds.

Speaking to the media on Wednesday, Owili said three more patients with injuries from shootings were being treated at Nyabondo Mission Hospital, while four more were being treated at the Sondu sub-county hospital.

"I have called the Regional Commissioner, County Commander, and Sub-County Police Commander from Nyakach who are on the scene in an attempt to save what's going on and guarantee that the lives of those affected are safeguarded."


 

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