Judiciary mourns slain clerk

Justice Anthony Ombwayo, Olga Sewe, Chief Magistrate Charles Obulutsa and his counterpart Harrison Baraza (right) view the body of the clerk David Ouma during a memorial service at the Law Court on Friday.
Justice Anthony Ombwayo, Olga Sewe, Chief Magistrate Charles Obulutsa and his counterpart Harrison Baraza (right) view the body of the clerk David Ouma during a memorial service at the Law Court on Friday. The deceased was a clert at the High Court.
The judicial staff on Friday held a requiem mass for the late clerk at the Eldoret High Court. 

David Ouma Nyabong'o, 25, was killed two weeks ago and his body discovered by police officers metres from his house in Jerusalem along Eldoret-Iten road.

Addressing mourners who had gathered at the Eldoret Law Courts, Lady Justice Olga Sewe who represented the Presiding Judge, assured the mourners that investigations were ongoing to bring perpetrators to book.

Ouma who worked as a clerk at the Criminal Registry was eulogised as a humble man who served with dedication.

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