Detectives from Kilimani area in Nairobi have released photos of a suspect in connection with the murder of Pamoja fm radio presenter Mr.Mohammed Hassan Marijan on fouth may 2020 along the road at Makina near Kibera law courts.
Brian Kenani also known as Kaisilo Fazul,whose photograph appears above was identified after detectives interogate a minor in police custody who was identified through CCTV footage.
The Directorate of criminal investigation department appeals to the public to render any useful information that will lead to the arrest of the suspect from his hide out.
Detectives have promised to offer witness protection and that the information that will lead to the arrest of the suspect will be treated with lots of confidelity.
During the cctv footage,two other suspected criminals who are yet to be identified were spotted along with the minor before the murder of Pamoja fm radio presenter.
The area has been experiencing rise in robbery in the recent days and the administration has promised to deal with the situation and arrest all involved in criminal activities so that they can face the full force of the law.
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