My life is in danger! NICHOLAS OKERO, the man who retrieved 26 bodies from River Yala, says and goes into hiding

The 3rd of February, 2022 – Over fears of being arrested, a middle-aged guy who has been assisting with the removal of bodies from the River Yala has gone into hiding.
Nicholas Okero said on Wednesday that he had been arrested and threatened by Yala Police Station officers who had been interviewing him and his family.
Okero told journalists in Siaya Town that he did not sleep at home yesterday night because a police officer in Yala told him that the State was unhappy with him and that he should be cautious.
“I was called by the Directorate of Criminal Investigations officer in Yala, who told me that the Homicide boss wanted to meet me.
“The homicide boss was supposed to pay me Sh5,000 for the latest body that I retrieved from River Yala last Friday.
“It is the amount that they have been paying me.
Upon arriving at the DCI office in Yala, I was detained and my phone confiscated. I was detained from 8:00 am up to 4:30 pm. I was not even allowed to smoke cigarettes,” he said.
Okero says that the homicide officer became hostile and forced him to record a statement explaining his job.
He claimed that they suspect that he was hiding bodies in Ndanu falls in River Yala.
Okero said he is now hiding somewhere since the police will arrest him to confuse the public.
So far, Okero has retrieved 26 bodies, the latest one being on Friday last week.