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    Inside The Chilling Murder Of Two Missing Indians And Kenyan Driver By Controversial SSU Policemen

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    The two Indians, who were working for President William Ruto’s campaign team, and their Kenyan driver were destined for assassination.

    This is according to an affidavit that was filed at Kahawa Law Courts on Monday, October 24 by the Investigating officer Michael Kirui.

    In his affidavit, Kirui revealed how the trio was trailed and abducted before being murdered inside the Aberdare Forest by four policemen, who were part of the now-disbanded DCI’s Special Service Unit.

    The officer noted that the Indians, Mohamed Zaid Sami, and Zulfiqar Ahmed Khan, and their Kenyan taxi driver Nicodemus Mwania, had been marked and it was only a matter of time for them to be ‘executed.’

    Kirui however did not capture the motive behind the killings.

    The four policemen were arraigned in court but did not take plea pending further investigations.

    The suspects have been identified as; Peter Muthee Gachiku, Francis Muendo Ndonye, John Mwangi Kamau, and Joseph Kamau Mbugua.

    Documents presented in court detailed how the four shared roles in killing the Indians and the driver.

    “It is believed that the first respondent (Gachiku) was the operations commander in the planning abductions of Mohammed Zaid Sami and Zulfiqar Ahmed Khan, together with their taxi driver Nicodemus Mwania Mwange,” investigations revealed.

    Ndonye is said to have driven one of the vehicles that were used in the abduction of the trio while Kamau drove them to Aberdare forest where they were murdered.

    Police say they relied on data records that prove that the accused persons were in constant communication as they planned the murders.

    “Call data records indicate that the first respondent communicated with the teams before, during, and after the interception. He was also in communication late in the night with other persons of interest who are yet to be identified and it is believed he was briefing them on the operation,” NPS said.

    Their phones were further seized so that they can be subjected to forensic analysis hence why the prosecution was seeking more time to conclude investigations.

    “Preliminary investigations, including GPS [Global Positioning System] track logs and call data records, place the respondents, their vehicles, and other actors at the scene of crime and the possible location where their bodies were dumped,” the police said as they requested to hold the suspects for 30 days.

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