A lawyer who sought orders to stop the burial of former nominated MP Mark Too has reportedly disappeared.
Simon Lilan is said to have gone missing for the past three days after making claims that Too was assassinated. He proceeded to court to stop the burial until the cause of death was established.
Family members claimed that he disappeared after Too was buried on Monday and was last seen in Eldoret.
According to the lawyer's brother, he was set to attend a meeting in the area the same evening but mysteriously vanished and his phones went off.
“I tried calling him severally but his phone was switched off and that is when I realised that something was amiss. I went to his home and reported the matter to his wife.We have looked for him all over including at the homes of his relatives but he cannot be traced,” stated the brother.
Lilam had earlier alleged that his life was in danger after receiving threatening messages ordering him to stop questioning Too's death.
When seeking orders to block the burial, the lawyer asked for a probe into the cause of death adding that there was a plan to kill the deceased's first wife.
The court order was, however, later lifted and the burial ceremony took place with President Uhuru Kenyatta attending among other politicians.
At the ceremony, Kenyatta divulged on their friendship with the former MP and revealed that he played a pivotal role in his political career.
The Head of State asserted that were it not for Too, he probably could not have occupied the presidency.