Police searching for late Mark Too’s missing lawyer

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Police have launched investigation to establish the whereabouts of Eldoret lawyer Simon Linan who has been missing since Monday.
According Law Society of Kenya President, Isaac Okero, Inspector General of Police, Joseph Boinett has confirmed that police have received reports of the disappearance of Linan, a former lawyer to the late KANU nominated MP Mark Too and have already launched investigation.
“I have spoken to the Inspector General of the National Police Service who has given his assurance that the police has received a missing person report and are looking for Mr. Lilan. I urge the police to carry out thorough investigations to locate Mr. Lilan and facilitate his safe return to his family,” Okero said in a statement.
Okero added that LSK has been in communication with his family from whom they have learnt that Mr. Lilan was last seen on January 9th, 2017.
“The LSK has been in communication with his family from whom we have learnt that Mr. Lilan was last seen on the 9th January, 2016 on which date he called me at 1752hrs after calling and speaking to the Chair, LSK North Rift branch between 1732hrs and 1737hrs of the same date.
“I am further informed the family has formally reported to the police his disappearance and remain very concerned for his safety,” Okero added in the statement.
The missing lawyer hit the headlines with claims that the late Too was assassinated. The late Too was buried at his home in Kapseret, Uasin Gishu County on Monday.
 
 

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