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Slain Presiding Officer, Caroline Odinga Killed After Interrogation By Senior IEBC Officials

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Deputy presiding officer, Caroline Odinga who was found dead on Saturday morning a few metres away from her home was apparently being interrogated by senior IEBC officials before her murder.

According to Ms Odinga’s husband, Mathias Otieno, his wife complained about ‘massive interrogation’ by IEBC officials on Friday.

”I had previously overheard a conversation between her and another female presiding officer complaining about massive interrogation during their meeting with IEBC officials on Friday, August 18. That was the last time I saw her. her phone was switched off and no other relative had heard from her. I believe she was abducted and killed but they dumped her near our home,” Mr Otieno said.

Caroline, 39 was a teacher at Ugenya High School and was a Deputy Presiding Officer at Miyare Primary School during the just concluded poll.

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She is said to have left home on Friday to fetch her son’s books but never returned.

Her remains were discovered 50 metres from home with deep incisions on her face, neck and thighs.

Initial reports showed that she was sexually assaulted by a few people before they brutally killed her.

Her privates and left ear were badly damaged.

Caroline’s remains were moved to Sega Mission Mortuary for an autopsy.

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