Tragic Missing sons of Kenyan politician found dead

The boys went missing on May 13, after they went to a church with one of their cousins and never returned.

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The deceased, Clifford Nyambane, Dan Nyamweya, and Glen Ongagi play

The deceased, Clifford Nyambane, Dan Nyamweya, and Glen Ongagi

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Three missing sons of Kenyan politician, James Ratemo, have reportedly been found dead.

Ratemo who is vying for the Kapsoya ward representative seat in Eldoret is reportedly devastated by the loss of his sons identified as Clifford Nyambane, Dan Nyamweya, and Glen Ongagi.

Star Kenya reports that the boys went missing on May 13, after they went to a church with one of their cousins and never returned.

The boys aged seven, three and five years old, respectively were found dead and their bodies dumped in River Nzoia at Sikubale in Navakholo, Kakamega County on Thursday, May 19.

According to the reports, the remains of the deceased have reportedly been deposited at a facility in Eldoret for their bodies to be examined.

Star Kenya reports that their uncle Enock Onsanze, who was the last person seen with them alive has been arrested for interrogation.

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