He said KDF officers called last Friday advising them that DNA tests taken from the family had coordinated that of a body.
“After the El Adde attack, my aunt Hellen Limo, my sister-in-law (Choge’s wife) and I reported my brother missing at Moi Barracks, Eldoret. Limo was called last Friday and informed that Choge was dead,” Mr Seurei told The Standard on telephone yesterday.
He said his brother was in the 9th Kenya Rifles (KR).
“We are surprised that to date, his phone is still ringing. We called on Saturday and the recipient who is not well-conversant in English
just repeatedly stated that the line’s owner was dead,” said Seurei.
Rael Simotwo, Choge’s wife, said they have been oblivious for over a month as to his whereabouts.
Amid a late meeting at their home at Maili Nne, Uasin Gishu Region, nervousness was composed on the characteristics of relatives who were sticking on any expectation of the ringing telephone.