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Robbers break into missing Lawyer Simon Lilan's Office in Eldoret

By Standard Reporter | January 18th 2017
Former lawyer and uncle to the late Kanu nominated MP Mark Too, Simon Chepsiror Lilan.(Photo: Peter Ochieng/Standard)

Thugs break into missing Lawyer Simon Lilan's office in Eldoret and make away with computers and other documents.

Mr. Lilan had filed a suit to block the burial of former nominated MP Mark Too who died on December 31 last year at St Luke Hospital in Eldoret.

The missing Lawyer was last seen on 9th January 2016 and his family who were concerned about his safety reported the case to the police.

LSK President Isaac Okero had probed the police to investigate and locate the missing lawyer Simon Lilan.

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