Obado murder trial: Missing medic Cliff Momanyi returns home

Cliff Momanyi.

Kisii-based Clinical Officer Cliff Momanyi.

Photo credit: Pool

A Kisii-based clinical officer, who  went missing after  testifying in the ongoing murder case against Migori Governor Okoth Obado at the Milimani Law Courts on Wednesday, has been found.

Mr Cliff Momanyi, who works at Kisii Teaching and Referral Hospital, testified in the case in which Governor Obado and others are accused of murdering Rongo University student Sharon Otieno.

Obado murder trial: Missing medic resurfaces

Mr Momanyi’s wife Mary Kimaiga, on Thursday told Nation.Africa that her husband, who left home on Tuesday for a work-related trip in Nairobi, had not returned home.

Cliff Momanyi

Cliff Momanyi, who had been 'missing' since Wednesday, (right) is escorted to the Kisii DCI offices on March 25, 2022. 

Photo credit: Ruth Mbula | Nation Media Group

While testifying, Mr Momanyi narrated how he faked medical records for Mr Obado's co-accused and personal assistant Michael Oyamo.

He presented copies of the forged medical records in court.  

After being found yesterday, Mr Cliff Momanyi, who works at Kisii Teaching and Referral Hospital, said his life is in danger and demanded he be put under witness protection.

Through his advocate, family and colleagues, he said he feels threatened given the weighty evidence he gave in court.

His family said that after leaving Nairobi for his home in Kisii on Wednesday, the clinical officer switched off his phone because he did not want his whereabouts to be known. This is because he feared for his life.


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